PC graphics processors are being put to new use in the latest release of Lightroom Classic. Lightroom Classic lets photographers edit and catalog photos. Adobe Lightroom, long dogged by complaints it grown sluggish at editing and organizing photos, got a performance boost Tuesday by tapping into the processing power of the graphics chip in Windows and Mac computers. The August release of Lightroom Classic should speed up editing and make the software more responsive in general, said Josh...

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