What Lr version are you using? what is the OS version? What is the computer’s configuration? What were you doing just before Lr went working slowly?
Did you try to simply reboot the machine? Sometimes a boot solves quit a lot of intermittant problems.
Lightroom Classic version: 7.1
License: Creative Cloud
Language setting: ru-RU
Operating system: Mac OS 10
Version: 10.13.3 [17D102]
Application architecture: x64
Logical processor count: 4
Processor speed: 3,8 GHz
Built-in memory: 40 960,0 MB
Real memory available to Lightroom: 40 960,0 MB
Real memory used by Lightroom: 1 386,5 MB (3,3%)
Virtual memory used by Lightroom: 5 018,0 MB
Memory cache size: 92,5MB
Internal Camera Raw revision: 894
Maximum thread count used by Camera Raw: 3
Camera Raw SIMD optimization: SSE2,AVX,AVX2
Camera Raw virtual memory: 503MB / 20479MB (2%)
Camera Raw real memory: 534MB / 40960MB (1%)
Displays: 1) 5120x2880
Graphics Processor Info:
Metal: AMD Radeon Pro 580
Any action in Develop (zoom, brush, cropping ...) all hangs a multi-colored rotating circle appears and spin 5-15 seconds after any actions. The reboot does not help, at the moment I have made a return to version 7.0.1, reinstalled the program removed some photos, and it's faster, but the circle periodically jumps out. Today there was an update to version 7.2 I will update to see how it will work
I upload 200-300 photos after filming, only about 1800 photos in the lightroom. After the next upload the photos began to work slowly
Are you doing a lot of brushing and/or a lot of spot healing on your photos?
If I'm reading your specs right, and you only have 4 GB RAM, that could be the cause of your slow down. Lightroom performs much better with 8 GB RAM or more.
Good afternoon. Installed the new version 7.2, removed half of the photos, made some recommendations from Google on the settings and began to work faster. Thank you. What exactly from these all actions helped him I do not know
The recommendations "from Google" would be of use.
removing pictures should have little to no effect except for the very first start of 7.2 because Lr does some housekeeping and that's per picture.
7.2 is said to work faster, especially with enough memory at your disposal. 12 Gb is the minimal recommendation if I remember well to be able to get an advantage.
Your 40Gb are a little disturbing to me. It looks like 32Gb+8Gb or similar. That's probably not the best configuration for a performance machine.