How to Remove Recent Files in PhotoShop Home Screen

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If you’re like me, you probably have a lot of files saved in Photoshop that you don’t always need easy access to. Maybe they are old projects from way back when, or maybe you’ve just got too many files clogging up your home screen.

In any case, it can be really helpful to know how to remove recent files from the home screen in Photoshop so that you can make more room and keep your workspace neater.

In this post, I’m going to show you two different ways to do just that. So if you’re ready, let’s get started.

Method 01

1. Open PhotoShop and click on the “File” tab in the top left corner of the screen
2. Scroll down and select “Recent Files” from the list of options
3. Click on the file you want to remove, then press the “Delete” key on your keyboard
4. A confirmation message will pop up – click “Yes” to delete the file permanently
5. If you change your mind, you can undo the deletion by clicking on “History” in the top menu bar and selecting “Undo Deletion.”

Method 02

1. Open PhotoShop
2. Click on File > Recent Files
3. Select the file you want to delete
4. Click on the Delete button at the bottom of the window
5. A confirmation dialog box will appear – click on Yes to delete the file permanently.

Photoshop Recent Files Location

The most recent files will be saved in your Documents folder.

C:\Users\{your_name}\Pictures\Adobe Photoshop CC 2014\Recent Files or C:\Users\admin\Documents\Adobe Photoshop CS6 (64 Bit)\Recent Files.

Clear Recent Photoshop

Since the dawn of Photoshop, people have been using the software to manipulate images. Sometimes this is done for simple reasons, like cropping out a photographer’s errors.

But other times people use Photoshop to create fake images that can spread like wildfire on the internet.

In recent years, there have been a number of these false images that have made their way around social media. Here are three of the most popular ones that you may have seen before.

1. Open the photo you want to clear in photoshop
2. Duplicate the background layer by pressing ctrl+j
3. Select the top layer and go to Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur
4. Enter a radius of about 2-3 pixels
5. Click OK and then merge the layers by pressing ctrl+shift+e
6. Save your photo.

How To clear photoshop history

1. Open photoshop
2. Go to Edit > Clear History or press Shift + Ctrl + Alt + Delete
3. A dialog box will open – select all the items you want to clear and click “Clear”
4. Photoshop will clear the history for the selected items and exit the dialog box.

Photoshop Delete Recent Files

Photoshop Delete Recent Files

I often find myself needing to delete files from my computer but not having the time to go through my entire file system.

This is where Photoshop comes in handy! Recently, I discovered that you can quickly delete recent files by going to File > Recent Files and then selecting the file(s) you want to delete.

Photoshop will ask if you’re sure you want to delete the files, and then they’re gone! This is a great shortcut when you need to clean up your computer quickly.

How to delete the most recent files

You’ve opened it in Photoshop If you’re like me, you have a lot of files open at one time and can’t keep track of them all. Sometimes you need to get rid of the most recent ones without closing and reopening Photoshop.

Here’s how: In the menu bar, go to “File” and select “History.” A list of your recent files will appear on the right-hand side of the screen.

To delete a file, click on it and then press the “Delete” key on your keyboard. The file will be removed from the list. Easy.

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