The updated Photoshop "freezes" when I click on open or create a new page.

The updated Photoshop "freezes" when I click on open or create a new page. I have to wait a minute or two and then work. Everything works normally. When I press file / open - new 'freeze '. I did the last update.

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Hi damijant,

Suggest make you in Photoshop preferences > General > uncheck "Show workspace start when no documents are open" > restart Photoshop and check again.

Let us know if that helps.

Kind regards

~ Mohit

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