Dreamweaver crashes updating site cache

If you’re on an Acer, and Dreamweaver won’t start, download the patch from Dreamweaver creates a cache file called Win File Cache-********or Mac File Cache-********inside your personal Dreamweaver configuration folder (the asterisks represent a series of letters and numbers that might differ from computer to computer).

To solve the problem, close Dreamweaver and delete Win File Cache-********or Mac File Cache-********

In Advanced settings, choose Show hidden files and folders.

I've got a new section for a website which I have generated for a data source and it has markup for using a Dreamweaver template.

When I add the new files and folders to the site , then update my template , it doesn't find the new files to update.

You should never touch the main configuration folder unless you really know what you're doing. The language is usually represented by two pairs of characters separated by an underscore, as in en_US (English), es_ES (Spanish), or fr_FR (French).

Earlier versions of Dreamweaver locate the personal configuration folder in a slightly different location.

I've tried to open all the new files which need to use the template but then Dreamweaver CS4 crashes, I presume because of the number of files it's opening.

Anyway, does anyone know if there is a way to make Dreamweaver recognise that a block of new files belong to the template , it doesn't seem to just work automatically Thanks Chris Manage Sites..., select your site, and click Edit.I've had used MS's Process Monitor tool to see what's going on while Dreamweaver stuck at "Initializing Assets" screen.And what I discovered is that DW generating millions of queries to the registry key HKCU\SOFTWARE\Adobe\Dreamweaver CC 2015\Temp File List.Here is the solution to Dreamweaver Crashing problem on PCs that recently upgraded to Windows 10 or just installed Adobe Dreamweaver 10 after installing Windows 10.Step 1: Open cmd (Command Prompt) as administrator.This is where it can be found in Dreamweaver CS3: Windows 7/Vista: The personal configuration folder for Dreamweaver 8 and older is in a similar location, except you should replace "Adobe" with "Macromedia" and substitute the appropriate version of Dreamweaver in the path name.

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