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Windows file names have two parts separated by a period: first, the file name, and second, a three- or four-character extension that defines the file type. In expenses.xlsx, for example, the first part of the file name is expenses and the extension is xlsx.

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Most file name extensions are compatible with more than one program that you have installed. You can change a file name extension, but that won't convert the file to another format or change anything else about it except the file name. To learn more about how to change which program will open a file, read Change default programs in Windows 10.

References to filenames are not supported between operating systems. If an action step references a file or folder name (such as an Open command, Save As command, or adjustment command that loads its settings from a file), execution pauses and the user is prompted for a filename.

Ensures that the files you selected in the Batch commandare processed, without opening the file you may have specified inthe action's Open command. If the action contains an Open commandthat opens a saved file and you don't select this option, the Batchcommand opens and processes only the file you used to record theOpen command (This occurs because the Batch command opens the filespecified by the action after each of the files in the Batch sourcefolder is opened. Because the most recently opened file is the onenamed in the action, the Batch command performs the action on thatfile, and none of the files in the Batch source folder are processed.)

Ensures that processed files are saved to the destination folder specified in the Batch command (or to their original folder if you chose Save and Close), with their original names or the names you specified in the File Naming section of the Batch dialog box.

If you don't select this option and your action includes a Save As command, your files will be saved into the folder specified by the Save As command in the action, instead of the folder specified in the Batch command. In addition, if you don't select this option and the Save As command in the action specifies a filename, the Batch command overwrites the same file (the file specified in the action) each time it processes an image.

If you want the Batch command to process files using the original filenames in the folder you specified in the Batch command, save your image in the action. Then, when you create the batch, select Override Action "Save As" Command and specify a destination folder. If you rename the images in the Batch command and don't select Override Action "Save As" Command, Photoshop saves your processed images twice: once with the new name in the specified folder, and once with the original name in the folder specified by the Save As command in the action.

Some Save options aren't available in the Batch or Create Droplet commands (such as JPEG compression or TIFF options). To use these options, record a Save As step in the action that contains the desired options, and then use the Override Action "Save As" Commands option to make sure that your files are saved where you specify in the Batch or Create Droplet command. Photoshop disregards the specified filename and path in the Action's Save As command, and retains the Save options using the new path and filename you specify in the Batch dialog.

Specifies file naming conventions if writing files to a newfolder. Select elements from the pop-up menus or enter text intothe fields to be combined into the default names for all files.The fields let you change the order and formatting of the componentsof the filename. You must include at least one field that is uniquefor every file (for example, filename, serial number, or serial letter)to prevent files from overwriting each other. Starting Serial Number specifiesthe starting number for any serial number fields. Serial letterfields always start with the letter "A" for the first file.

When you use the -AppManifest option to populate a deployment manifest, Mage.exe will assume that your application manifest will reside in the same directory as the deployment manifest within a subdirectory named after the current deployment version, and will configure your deployment manifest appropriately. If your application manifest will reside elsewhere, use the -AppCodeBase option to set the alternate location.

The following examples create a default deployment manifest and application manifest. These files are all created in the current working directory and are named deploy.application and application.exe.manifest, respectively.

Intel processor numbers are not a measure of performance. Processor numbers differentiate features within each processor family, not across different processor families. See -numbers.html for details.

Max Turbo Frequency refers to the maximum single-core processor frequency that can be achieved with Intel Turbo Boost Technology. See for more information and applicability of this technology.

Editing photos takes a powerful computer. This is especially the case if you are shooting in RAW, or performing advanced noise reduction, as the large amount of data you have to process can be a real workout for a processor, and the laptop system as a whole.

Often described as the brain of a computer, the processor is one of the most important components to look for in a laptop or any type of computer. Officially referred to as the CPU, or Central Processing Unit, the processor is basically what makes your computer tick.

The main reason desktops have different processors to laptops is heat. The energy required by a CPU to do its work is given off in the form of heat, and higher-end desktop computers have room for larger fans that let them dissipate that heat.

When it comes to processors, in our opinion, Intel currently produces the best processors for photo editing for non-Apple laptops. If you are buying an Apple laptop, go for the versions with the M1 processors as they are specifically designed for the Apple software, and are very fast.

Processor generation: The processor generation relates to how new the processor is. Intel released its first-generation processor in this naming convention in 2008. The first number after the hyphen is the generation, for example, the i7-10550U is a tenth-generation processor.

Unlike previous processors, the 12th generation processors from Intel feature two types of processing core. These are performance cores and efficient cores. The performance cores are designed to use more power and run faster, whilst the efficient cores run slower but are more battery efficient. The result is that the system can achieve both high performance and a longer battery life compared to previous processor generations.

12th generation processors started to appear in laptops around March 2022, and if you are looking at a Windows based machine we would strongly advise opting for one of these models, as there are some good performance and battery life gains from the new architecture.

Processor speed: The three digits after the generation for most 10th, 11th and 12th generation chips roughly refer to the speed of the processor. The higher the number, the more powerful the processor. For example, an i7-10550U is less powerful than an i7-10650U (bold for emphasis).

For some 10th and 11th generation chips, Intel has changed its naming convention. In this case, the first two numbers are a 10, indicating 10th generation. The third number refers to processor speed, so a i7-1068 is faster than a i5-1035. For photo editing, faster is better.

Processor type: The final letter or number of the processor is very important for laptop processors especially, as it defines the product line. This will give you an idea of what the processor is designed for and thus its capabilities.

Finally, you will also see talk of processor speeds and core counts. Generally, the higher the processor speed, the faster it will be. The higher the core count, the more it can achieve in parallel (although check the types of cores when looking at the 12th generations processor models).

The easiest way to check if a laptop is the latest model is look at the CPU model number. This is the part that changes most commonly from year to year. For example, the i7-8550U was a common high end ultrabook processor in 2018, whilst the refreshed 2019 version is the i7-8565U.

As always, a variety of configurations are on offer. We suggest the i5-1260P with 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD and 14 inch 19201200 Full HD display as it is a good balance between price and performance. Of course, different configurations are available, including a higher resolution 3840 x 2400 screen, faster processor, and more storage and RAM.

There are a range of models available in different screen sizes, and they come with the latest 12th generation Intel processors. We would recommend the Zenbook 14X OLED, model number UX5401, which was released in 2022.

The Razer Blade 15 laptop is primarily a gaming laptop. However, this is actually a good thing from a photography editing point of view, as what makes the laptop good for gaming (fast processor and fast dedicated graphics card), also make it ideal for photo editing.

A quick note about version numbers. Like many laptop manufacturers, Dell have released multiple versions of the XPS 15 over the years. The 2022 model is model 9520 and has 12th generation Intel processors. The 2021 model is model number 9510 and is the one with the 11th generation Intel processors. The 2020 model was the 9500, the 2019 model was the 7590, and the 2018 model was the 9570. 350c69d7ab


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