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I would like to know how to get rid of some brushes that I don't use. My brush page is so full, I can't see all of them. Should I put them in another folder, and add just the ones I want later? Or will I need to reinstall all of the needed ones all over again?

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You do not necessarily have to get rid of them. You can simply reset them to the defaults and load the others only when you need them.

BTW, brushes are stored in the Adobe > Adobe Photoshop > Presets > Brushes folder.

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