Photoshop CS6 Auto Recovery and Background Save

Adobe Photoshop Latest version CS6 now offers, Auto Recovery and Background Save.

We normally heard this Auto Recovery when we use Microsoft Office which enables auto recovering of your documents or files in such cases that the program fails. Most of this failures are caused by power failure, program error and etc. Now Photoshop has the ability to recover your work if any of these failures hits you. This is one of the most anticipated features for these release of Photoshop version. Auto Recover will be a great help for all the user as it will save them from trouble specially for designers like me. The good thing about Auto Recover is that it won’t replace your existing file, instead it will create a copy of you file but with added word on it’s file name.

Background Save, from the name itself you would know what does this feature offer. This will enable you to work on your Photoshop file while saving. Previously you would need to finish saving before you can go back to what you are working. Now you can worry less on saving, and focus more on working.

 

Ron

Since childhood, the technology of computers was his greatest fascination. Empowered with a degree on Computer Science from AMA University in the Philippines, Ron focused on website and program development. Since then, he has been working with different companies and personalities to achieve their corporate and personal goals by providing technical support for their online presence and program solutions. As today’s technology develops faster than the blink of an eye, Ron never stops exploring not only the new but the coming. His exposure to a wide array of businesses and industries equipped him to be versatile and proficient to go beyond the expectations of his clients. Ron is looking forward to more challenging collaborations where he can further improve his ability to apply the latest trends in providing innovative solutions to the growing demands of website and program development.

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