Nobhody can say anything without system info. And since you use custom panels, you might wanan make sure you actualyl use versions that are CC compatible and not simply copy over old ones from a previous version...
Windows 8 pro
nvidia gtx 650
intel i7 3770 (3.4ghz)
the custom panels are for CC
Made sure that in the security properties that the user (me) has full permissions.
What do you mean by "loading slow"?
Are you sure you're using the 64 bit version?
And have you tried disabling third party plugins?
Photoshop opens up and takes a few before anything can be done.
Yes I am using the 64bit version.
Yes I have disabled the plugins and theres not much of a difference.
Have you moved the application? If Photoshop is scanning the wrong directories for plugins or presets, it could take a while.
And it shouldn't take more than 7 seconds to launch and be ready to use (up to 20 seconds on a really bad laptop, or 1 second if you have an SSD).
If it does, something is wrong on your system.
We've seen bad antivirus slow down launch, an excessive number of plugins or presets, sometimes a bug in a third party plugin, sometimes bad scanner drivers (because we need to know their name for the menu), etc.
well it looks like it was magicpicker that slowed down the system, I went 1 by 1, again.
And no I didn't move the application its installed in the default location
But it does not make sense that a panel, that just selects tools from a tpl file (run through the action panel), after the update I recieved today. Even after a complete uninstall and reinstall.
The panel runs Flash code, and if there is a problem with the author's code (or the Flash runtime), then that can slow things down.
Let the author know that you saw a slowdown when the panel is loaded, so he can debug it and get it back up to acceptable performance again.