Have you read my post or it's just an auto reply?
No it's not helping me as I said the system requirement is not enough
I tested your software on at least 6 computer that meet the requirement and the resource reached the top when the services are running...
**I'm looking for user advice based on their real experience on a MAC and on a PC.
Also I need answer to point 1 about the services configuration so I can stop the services when I no need them.
I really need to make sure this is going to work on my next computers.
i moved your message to the hardware forum (which is a subforum of the premiere pro forum). premiere pro is probably the most hardware demanding adobe program.
i don't see anything that indicates premiere pro is something you use, but you clearly are not interested in minimum requirements and if a computer can run premiere pro easily, it will run everything else adobe.
in addition, anything other than minimum requirements is subjective. 8gb is enough ram to run animate cc. (that's my area of expertise.) but i find 8gb inadequate for large projects because it can take 10 or 15 minutes to publish files and appreciable seconds to accomplish basic tasks in the ide. i consider 16 gb minimum for animate and only work on a computer that weak as a last resort. i use 64 gb ram.
anyone, opinions differ and you're asking opinions. you'll hear from the premiere pro experts shortly (i hope).
In fact the problem seems more related to the cloud service and attached services that are always running in the back even when we don't use adobe software and this take a lot of resources for nothing.
I did some tests and I didn't see much difference when running illustrator or not, the culprit seems the cloud services, and maybe also when it's checking updates.
This may seems strange but the real problem is when I'm not using adobe product.
So if there is an easy way to stop completely the services (on PC and on MAC) when I don't need it and start it when I need it that can be a good start.
Also if there is way to disabled update check...
Hope this is more clear
what are you checking? cpu? memory? something else?
do you have sync enabled (fonts and/or files)?
Both CPU and RAM
For 64g ram on 32bit your system reach 40% this is almost the half of the memory.
So imagine someone that only have 8 or 16g ram on 64bit...
Which OS and motherboard/cpu are you using?
Also on a PC I saw more adobe services running ...
Also I have tested on 64bit PC.
I guess On MAC it's took less resource than on a PC.
Unfortunately I didn't take any print screen during my tests...
this system has 32gb ram and i had 12 apps opened (4 of them major ram users):
actually, you should contact puget systems about your needs. i highly recommend them for personalized service and i'm not the only one. google their reviews, https://www.pugetsystems.com/
Thanks that will help me to select appropriate system!
Which monitor are you using?
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it replaced a dell UltraSharp U3415W 34in monitor that i used for about 4 months and is sitting on my floor if you want to buy a big monitor for cheap. it has great reviews (like the wasabi), but i didn't like it.
i thought i would need a graphics card upgrade to drive the wasabi. my monitor arrived first and while i was waiting for my graphics card to arrive, i connect to the mobo's (Asus Z170-A) graphics port and was shocked to find it allowed me to run the wasabi at the recommended 3840x2160 without a hiccup.