# Where Photoshop Files Are Stored
In addition to the programs available on a computer, you also have a few options to store your image files on a drive and to access those files. The drive type that you choose depends on how much space you have available and whether you plan to back up files to your computer’s hard drive. Here are a few options:
* **Hard drive** If you have a hard drive, you can store your files in the primary hard drive on your computer. But why not move files to a dedicated portable hard drive? You’ll save your time (and have the ease of not needing to back up a multi-terabyte hard drive), and your files will be more secure. If you plan to use your hard drive as a storage device, the drive is called a _hard drive_ or _internal hard drive_. The system takes a little while to recognize your drive, so be patient. Also note that you’re limited to about 16 GB of storage space. See Appendix A for a discussion of partitions.
* **Flash drive** If you have a flash drive, you’re all set because you can have the drive plugged directly into your computer. Flash drives are much faster than internal hard drives because of their lighter weight, smaller size, and faster read and write speeds. You can easily store hundreds of megabytes of image files on a flash drive.
* **Memory card** If you have a portable digital camera, you’re using a _memory card_, which stores images on the same kind of chip that is built into the camera’s body. The memory card plugs into the camera’s memory slot to store the photos and video you shoot. There are dozens of different brands of memory cards. The card size ranges from the tiny, high-capacity 32 MB class cards used by some digital cameras, to the card you place in your camera’s memory slot—the so-called memory stick—which comes in sizes that range from Class 8 cards that hold as much as 128 GB (128,000,000 bytes) of
Adobe Photoshop Extended is the most expensive version of Photoshop. It is the professional version of Adobe Photoshop which includes a lot of features such as Clone Stitching, Lens Correction, Smart Objects, Gradients, Rich Text and many more. It is not recommended for the beginners.
Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Photoshop Extended both are available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux.
What are the best Photoshop Elements tutorials in 2020?
Let’s dive deep into different Photoshop Elements tutorials. Here you’ll find a list of the best Photoshop Elements tutorials, courses, books, courses, and other related Photoshop Elements content.
10 best Photoshop elements tutorials 2020
Part 1: The basics
This is the first part of 10 best Photoshop Elements tutorials. In this part, you’ll learn how to set up the Photoshop Elements program.
These are the most important things which you should know and you will be making after the basic setup.
You have different tools to use, like Clone Stamp, Sharpen tool, Burn tool, Add/Layers button, Background Removal tool, Adjustment tool, and Color Select tool etc.
After setting up, you need to know how to draw basic shapes. It’s a very important part of any graphic design, so it’s important to get started with this.
So, let’s get started with Photoshop elements tutorials part 1.
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01: Photoshop Elements Introduction
Adobe Photoshop elements introduction is a very simple Photoshop Elements tutorial. Here, you’ll learn how to install Photoshop elements on your computer.
It contains basic introduction and some important tool overviews. This tutorial is available on our website.
02: Basics of Photoshop Elements
After basic introduction, you’ll learn the basics of Photoshop Elements, so that you can design anything you like.
This is an incredibly useful tutorial, and we highly recommend it to any Photoshop element beginner.
03: Photoshop Elements Basics
In this course, you’ll learn about fundamental shapes, color, basic and advanced tools, brushes and styles, etc. You’ll also learn some of the fundamentals of Photoshop, like layers, channels and paths, etc.
Watch this tutorial to learn how to start working with Photoshop elements for the very first time.
04: How to start working
Tuesday, 26 October 2013
Solid State Storage and Windows 9 have lots in common
Pioneer SSDs for Windows are already here, and Pioneer’s new X-TRACK solid-state drives have exactly the same form factor as the ones used in Apple’s OS X Lion. There’s always rumours of hybrid drives coming and here we have one, but this one seems more realistic than the concepts shown at CES:
First of all, the drive has the design of an hybrid hard drive, with an spinning hard disk and an SSD inside the drive. But the X-TRACK SSD is a pure solid state drive: no moving parts in sight. The drive uses a SandForce SF1683 controller to use spindles, flash memory and caches to store data. The firmware uses the CPU caches to accelerate access to the drive’s data.
The drive has a NAND flash memory interface, a SATA III interface and supports the JEDEC JESD208 and JESD219 protocols. Its 160GB capacity is less than the 250GB of the X-Series hard disk models. The drive also supports the AES-256 bit encryption of Data Security Framework and can offer read speeds of about 90MB/s and write speeds of up to 120MB/s.
Pioneer says the HDD/SSD hybrid will be available in October 2013 and will cost about $300, about $70 more than a plain solid-state drive.
ALSO READ: Pioneer unveils X-TRAIL series of all-in-one Blu-ray and HD DVD players
What is odd is that the drive has the same form factor as the new X-TRACK Windows 9 hybrid drives that Apple was showing in the Mac hall during CES: already released, isn’t cheap. «We’re certainly not going to put our product on the market before the standard is set,» said a senior executive at a major medical software company.
The enormous task of defining best practice for electronic health records (EHRs) is only beginning, and progress on the path forward will be slow, particularly given the number of vendors and their locations.
Chi-Hua Chen, OHSU vice president of network operations, said OHSU operates an electronic network to provide service to the institution and its community. Health care data from patient encounters in the emergency department can be retrieved from the mainframe using the National Information System for Emergency Medical Services (NIS
* Brush Tip Shape
* Brush Amount
* Brush Pressure
* Brush Scattering
* Edit Brush Dynamics
* Edit Viscosity
* Selection Size
* Smudge Tool
* Emboss Depth
* Emboss Level
* Curves Level
* Size – Clipping
* Clone Stamp Tool
* Reduce Noise
* Reduce Ink
* Sponge Brush
* Stamp Tool
* Double Exposure
* Dodge and Burn
* Pattern Overlay
* Gradient Overlay
* Soft Light
* Hard Light
RAM: 1.5GB Recommended.
Hard Drive: 8GB
OS: Microsoft Windows 7/8/8.1/10 (32 or 64-bit)
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.6GHz or faster
Graphics: nVidia Geforce 7300/AMD Radeon HD 4800 or better
This is an English version of Silent Labyrinth created by Xendo.