Photoshop has so many different editing tools that even seasoned users will occasionally discover new things they don’t understand how to use.
Rich Tooltips have been added to newer versions of Photoshop to make it easier for people to understand how certain tools work. When you hover over a tool, a pop-up window appears with a link that you can click to learn how to use that tool. This can be extremely beneficial, but it may also be an annoyance that you would prefer to avoid. This tutorial will show you how to disable that setting.
How to Turn Off Photoshop’s Rich Tooltips
The steps in this article were completed in Photoshop CC for Windows, but they will also work in many newer versions of Adobe Photoshop.
Step 1: Open Photoshop.
Step 2: Select the Edit tab at the top of the window.
Step 3: Choose Preferences at the bottom of this menu, then choose the Tools option.
Step 4: Select the radio button to the left of Clear the checkmark with Rich Tooltips, then click the OK button in the top-right corner of the window.
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