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Never More Than a Minute

One of the silent features of InDesign is one of its best: When you work in InDesign and the inevitable happens?the power goes out, or some little glitch causes a crash?you usually reopen InDesign to find your files almost intact!

It’s one the features I like to show to a new InDesign class. I’m demoing on my laptop, working on a file that I’ve not saved. Then I’ll purposely use the Mac OS X system Force Quit command to cause InDesign to crash. When I reopen, even my unsaved file is recovered, almost back to where I was working.

But I never knew quite how the feature worked. I credit Adam Pratt, one of the Adobe application engineers, with pointing to what’s really happening in his Adobe blog, Scratch Disk. Adam found an obscure Adobe Support Document which describes the process. Every minute InDesign does a mini-save of all open documents which have changed. It saves this information into temporary files in the InDesign Recovery folder. When you choose File > Save, it deletes the temporary files. When you reopen InDesign, it attempts to use these files to recover your documents.

The first time you start InDesign after it shut down unexpectedly, it begins the document recovery process automatically. It checks the InDesign Recovery folder for information on documents that were open when it shut down, then attempts to open each of these documents and incorporate any mini-saved data into them.

If InDesign successfully opens a document and incorporates mini-saved data into a document, it includes “[Recovered]” in the document’s name (for example, “My File [Recovered]”). The first time you choose File > Save or File > Save As in a recovered document, InDesign asks whether you want to overwrite the original document. If you click Yes, InDesign overwrites the original to incorporate the recovered information, and it removes [Recovered] from the document’s name.

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Question:Q:Big Sur - Adobe InDesign Freezing Whole Laptop Shut Down

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Hello, I recently bought the new Macbook Pro M1 and ever since I have not been able to use my InDesign programme as it keeps freezing my whole laptop, (can't use force quit or any keys when it happens) so have to hold the main power button to turn it off and start again. It happens all the time, every 10 minutes or so when I use it and I am on the newest Big Sur 11.2.3 update (if this makes any difference) and my InDesign documents aren't big, they are not corrupt, they just seem to freeze every time when using them. Adobe do not reply and seems like a system bug, but no error codes appear when this happens it just freezes until you shut it down.

I have lots of Uni work to get on with, is there a solution at all or any way I can have this fixed please?

Thank you very much, in advance!

MacBook Pro 13″, macOS 10.12

Posted on Apr 11, 2021 6:43 AM

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Ember24 wrote:

Hello, I recently bought the new Macbook Pro M1 and ever since I have not been able to use my InDesign programme as it keeps freezing my whole laptop, (can't use force quit or any keys when it happens) so have to hold the main power button to turn it off and start again. It happens all the time, every 10 minutes or so when I use it and I am on the newest Big Sur 11.2.3 update (if this makes any difference) and my InDesign documents aren't big, they are not corrupt, they just seem to freeze every time when using them. Adobe do not reply and seems like a system bug, but no error codes appear when this happens it just freezes until you shut it down.
I have lots of Uni work to get on with, is there a solution at all or any way I can have this fixed please?

Thank you very much, in advance!

Verify your software is up to date:

Adobe and M1 Silicon

https://helpx.adobe.com/download-install/kb/apple-silicon-m1-chip.html

ref: https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/kb/macos-big-sur-compatibility.html#AppleSiliconcompatibility

for your third party app contact the developer, Sipport/Help/FAQ/Known issues:

https://helpx.adobe.com/support.html

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Ember24 wrote:

Hello, I recently bought the new Macbook Pro M1 and ever since I have not been able to use my InDesign programme as it keeps freezing my whole laptop, (can't use force quit or any keys when it happens) so have to hold the main power button to turn it off and start again. It happens all the time, every 10 minutes or so when I use it and I am on the newest Big Sur 11.2.3 update (if this makes any difference) and my InDesign documents aren't big, they are not corrupt, they just seem to freeze every time when using them. Adobe do not reply and seems like a system bug, but no error codes appear when this happens it just freezes until you shut it down.
I have lots of Uni work to get on with, is there a solution at all or any way I can have this fixed please?

Thank you very much, in advance!

Verify your software is up to date:

Adobe and M1 Silicon

https://helpx.adobe.com/download-install/kb/apple-silicon-m1-chip.html

ref: https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/kb/macos-big-sur-compatibility.html#AppleSiliconcompatibility

for your third party app contact the developer, Sipport/Help/FAQ/Known issues:

https://helpx.adobe.com/support.html

Apr 11, 2021 7:26 AM

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3 ways to force quit apps or programs on a Windows PC

  • To quickly force quit on Windows, use the keyboard shortcut Alt + F4. 
  • Make sure the app or program window is open when you click Alt + F4.  
  • You can also force quit on Windows by using the Task Manager or Command Prompt. 
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When things go wrong, it can feel like time slows down. And when it comes to technology, unexpected issues, like an application freezing up, can bring your day to a halt. 

After all, if the problem app won't close, you have no choice but to deal with it right away. If you have a Windows computer, the force-quit option is a useful tool in that circumstance.

Here are three common methods to force quit on a Windows computer. 

How to force quit on Windows using a keyboard shortcut

Be aware that if you don't complete step one of this method, your computer — rather than the app — will shut down.

1. Click to select the application that has stopped working.

2. Press Alt + F4.

Note: If your laptop doesn't have function keys, or this shortcut doesn't work for you, try the Task Manager method instead.

How to force quit on Windows using Task Manager

1. Press Control + Alt + Delete. You'll then see a Preparing security settings window, along with a list of available options.

2. Choose Task Manager.

3. Select the application that you want to force quit.

4. Click End task.

Screenshot of Task Manager window
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Quick tip: If you don't have a delete key on your keyboard, Control + Shift + Esc may work.

How to force quit on Windows using Command Prompt

1. Press Windows key + R.

2. Type cmd into the search box and press Enter.

3. Type tasklist into the Command Prompt. You'll then see a list of tasks and programs running on your computer.

Screenshot of Command Prompt window on PC
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4. Enter taskkill/im [name_of_program].exe. For example, if you want to quit Firefox, you'd enter taskkill/im firefox.exe.

Screenshot of task kill code in Command Prompt screen
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5. Press Enter.

You should see a confirmation message once you've completed these steps.

Quick tip: The Command Prompt app used to be installed on all Windows computers, but has since been replaced by PowerShell for the most recent versions. If your computer has PowerShell, you can switch back to Command Prompt, if desired.

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