Question about Adobe Photoshop CS2 for PC
That sounds like your computer is running out of system memory. Instead of crashing, today's computers simply use the hard disk drive (HDD) as memory, when memory runs low, which often will cause the computer to seem very slow and when trying to run a huge memory 'hog' like Photoshop CS2 may eventually cause the computer to lock up (crash). Try increasing your RAM by purchasing more. If money is an issue (these days isn't it an issue for everyone?) you may find a bargain shopping on e-Bay or other re-seller. I bought the extra memory in my computer at about 25% of what it would have cost me in the store. I have 6GB of memory, and can have as many applications open as I like, with no resulting lag. It's great.
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