Adobe Camera RAW 13.1 is so unbelievably slow, can't work at all!
On MacOS Big Sur v.11.2.1
MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, mid-2015)
Processor: 2.8 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7
Memory: 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
Graphics: AMD Radeon R9 M370X 2 GB
Since updating to the latest version of Bridge and Camera RAW, I have barely been able to work at all on adjusting images, and before I was able to adjust tons of images at once in Camera RAW. There is definitely something wrong with how this update was rolled out, because it just keeps eating up memory exponentially more and more, until the whole system becomes bogged down. I've tried searching for preference adjustments and so on to try, and have tried adjusting settings in Camera Raw preferences based on what I've read on blogs so far, like adjusting the Graphics Processor on the Performance tab to Custom, and then checking Use GPU for display and also Use GPU for Image Processing. It seemed to help a tiny bit at first, and then the same issue started happening. It's ridiculous. I have used Bridge for my photography adjusting for the past 12 years or so, and have never had an issue like this. It makes the program completely unusable. Surely you guys are getting this feedback from many many many many many many people???!!! I am not technically non-proficient, and this is clearly an error that was introduced in terms of how Bridge processes and manages its resources. I need to know now how to re-install a much older version of Bridge, as I have been paying for Creative Cloud and faithfully updating every time you put out an update, but I can't work at all right now.