There are a few preferences that Photoshop defaults to. These preferences include the image size, the color palette, and the opacity of the layers.
The Photoshop Preferences panel is located in the File menu, under ” Preferences.
Photoshop is a software program that can be reset by going to the “Tools” menu, selecting “Reset tools”, and then clicking on the “Reset tools button.
There are a few things you can do in the interface preferences to customize how your computer behaves. You can choose to have your computer start up automatically when you wake up, turn off screensavers and background programs when you’re done using them, and set a time limit for how long your computer can idle before starting up again.
The Photoshop workspace is divided into three main sections: the Image Window, the Layers Window, and the History Window.