Brussels, Europe Brief News –Puget Systems provides a variety of benchmarks that put your personal computer through its paces by utilizing Adobe Creative Cloud’s suite of automated real-world workloads. Some of them, like the one for Premiere Pro, are quite difficult, and it may take some time before they are fully operational. One of them, though, known as PugetBench for Photoshop, is incredibly easy to use.
How To Run PugetBench for Photoshop?
PugetBench for Photoshop is a tool that evaluates how quickly your computer can do various activities. Some of these tasks include mask refining and gradients, while others are filter jobs such as lens correction and noise reduction. In contrast to some of Puget’s other benchmarks, you can set up the Photoshop benchmark with only a single plug-in by following a few simple steps.
Please note that the native M1 version of Photoshop does not currently support this test.
- To access the plugins, go to the Stock and Marketplace section of the Creative Cloud Desktop software.
- Find PugetBench for Photoshop, then choose Install after finding it. Be cautious about exiting Photoshop before installing the plug-in to ensure it works properly.
- Launch Photoshop after the plug-in has been successfully installed.
- To get PugetBench for Photoshop, go to Window > Extensions > PugetBench. In the new window that has shown, if you have a license code, enter it there. You may also adjust any additional options that you like at this time.
- Click Run Benchmark.
- PugetBench will handle the next step. Be careful not to move the mouse while the program is running.
- Adobe Photoshop in the 20.x, 21.x, 22.x, and 23.x versions
- There is currently no support for the M1 Native version. Before we can release a version natively compatible with M1, the new UXP-based plugin API needs to include several features that are now absent.
- Because of a flaw in the action system, version 22.5.0 is not maintained by the company. The problem gets fixed by upgrading to version 22.5.1.
- It is suggested that you have 32 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM); your score will likely be lower than average if you have less than that.
- Compatible with Windows 10/11 as well as the Mac operating system
- English must be selected as the language for Photoshop/OS.
The PugetBench window will automatically update your results when the benchmark is finished running. Additionally, they will be submitted to the open-access PugetBench database (unless you have a paid version). On this page, you will be able to evaluate your performance compared to other personal computers. Every system receives an overall and separate scores for the GPU tasks and the filter tasks.