Many Lightroom users have been complaining about the software being too slow. It seems that Adobe has heard the complaints, and they’ve made their top priority to improve the performance of Lightroom. In a blog post on Adobe’s website, they call the users to submit their complaints, and Adobe team shall collect the data and work on the improvements of the most common issues.
Adobe Photo Product Manager Tom Hogarty has published the blog post, addressing the users and inviting them to cooperate on the program improvement by filling out the survey:
I would like to address concerns recently voiced by our community of customers around Lightroom performance, as improving performance is our current top priority. We have a history, starting with our first public beta, of working with our customers to address workflow and feature needs, and we’d like to take that same approach regarding your performance concerns. We already understand many of the current pain points around GPU, import performance, certain editing tasks and review workflows and are investing heavily in improving those areas. Over the past year we’ve added numerous enhancements to address your performance concerns but we understand we will have a lot of work to do to meet your expectations. If you have feedback or would like to work with the Lightroom team on your most pressing issues, please fill out this survey.
I used to think Lightroom was laggy because of my ancient computer. But even after buying a new one, the program is still a bit slow. Still, it’s my favorite editing software, and I haven’t replaced with another one. Therefore, I’m looking forward to seeing the improvements.