It's Terri again
I have Adobe PHotoshop CS3 and I scan A LOT of my drawings into photoshop to work on them. I have heard that there is something called a scratch disk where graphics information is automatically stored, and that you can eventually run out of room.
My computer has just started saying not enough memory if I have too many programs open at once. I can't afford for my computer to be immobilized...I have sooooo many graphics stored on it and I have performed sooo much work on them that I know the scratch disk must be getting full, so:
How do I check it?
Is there a way to free up memory on a scratch disk?
What do I do (most cost effective) if my scratch disk fills up?