Feature summary | Photoshop desktop (May 2021 release)
Learn about new features and enhancements in the May 2021 release of Photoshop on desktop (version 22.4).
With the July 2021 release of Photoshop 22.4.3, we updated the way Photoshop detects certain AMD cards, allowing for more AMD cards to be recognized and used by Photoshop. This release also provides fixes to several customer-reported issues. For details, see Fixed issues.
Save a Copy
You now have the option to save a copy of your work using the new Save a Copy option in the File dropdown menu. Save a Copy automatically creates a copy of your work and allows you to export and share in your desired file format like JPEG, EPS, and so on, without overwriting the original file and protecting your data in the process.
With this new option, only supported files that maintain your work will be supported in the Save As command. If the file type you’d like to save isn’t an option, simply go to Save a Copy and create another version in your desired file type.
To learn more, check out Save your files in Photoshop.
Improved Neural Filters
With this release, find more creative ways to interact with the improved Neural Filters. Inside the Neural Filters panel, you can now find all of your Neural Filters, whether featured or beta, in one place. Choose Filter > Neural Filters and select the All Filters tab. You can even cast your vote for filters you would like to see implemented in the future.
Also, you can see a list of Neural Filters that are planned for upcoming releases under Wait List in the Neural Filters panel.
Support for ARM devices on Windows
Photoshop now runs natively on 64-bit Windows 10 ARM devices.
Minimum System Requirements:
- Windows 10 ARM device running Windows 10 64-bit v19041.488.0 (Win10 20H1)
- RAM: 8 GB (minimum)/16 GB (recommended)
- Graphics Card: 4GB of VRAM (minimum)
For more information, check
Fixed customer-reported issues
For detailed information, see Fixed issues in Photoshop.
For detailed information, see Known issues in Photoshop.