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    It is not as straightforward as it may sound :) We have been working to take advantage of threads and other hardware such as GPU/Video RAM in places where it can make a higher impact. We are prioritizing areas that are slow instead of making a generic change and destabilizing the product. Product stability is the top priority for us and we have been consistently trying to improve it. We want to move with caution and make changes without compromising on the quality. Hope this helps.

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    John Galloway commented  · 

    My manager "upgraded" to a Mac that should have technically performed better than his old Macbook from pre2011 did on Illustrator, except, it ended up being just as bad. After that, and one upgrade cycle, we ordered the next range of iMacs that were much better than his "latest" mac, and should have performed better with Illustrator. They do not.

    Thinking it was an Apple issue, but after reading this it is obvious where the problem is.

    Looking at Adobe's virtual monopoly, there's the proof that competition drives innovation.

    No real competition = Adobesaurus.

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