Have you tried to save a file and an error pops up saying “”Could not complete the Save As command because there is not enough memory (RAM)”. I’m using Windows 10 and Adobe Photoshop CC 2017, and trust me, I have been there, done that and I know for sure how frustrating it is!
Worry not, I figured it out. Follow the steps below to solve the problem:
In the Search box, type regedit and press Enter (If prompted by User Account Control, click Yes to open the Registry Editor).
On the reg edit main page, open up the -> HKEY_CURRENT_USER branch
Open up the -> Software branch
Open the -> Adobe branch
Open the -> Photoshop branch
In my case, I have 3 folders (100.0; 110.0 & 90.0) within the Photoshop folder. I must find the right path for Photoshop by checking all the 3 folders eg:- my Adobe is installed in location 110.0 (that’s my right path). Click on the folders one-by-one and double click on SettingsFilePath to check for the right path
Right click on the correct key -> Click the New -> then select DWORD(32-bit) value
Rename the “New Value #1” to “OverridePhysicalMemoryMB” and press enter
Double click on “OverridePhysicalMemoryMB” and choose the Hexadecimal value and type “24000” press enter
And finally, close the Registry Editor and open your Photoshop
Please let us know below if this was helpful or not, thanks!!!