What's happening when I restart OS X?


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Cory Cooper

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Hello and welcome.

That looks like TextEdit is launching automatically at login/startup, and is opening a temporary/cache file associated with Adobe Photoshop.

-What version of Mac OS X?
-What version of Adobe Photoshop do you have installed?

Depending on which version of OS X, you can check in System Preferences... > Users & Groups or Accounts > click on your user name, click on Login Items and delete TextEdit from the list. You can also right-click/Option-click on the TextEdit icon in the Dock, choose Options from the pop-up menu, and uncheck (click on to remove) Open at Login. After either of the steps above, restart the Mac, and see if the issue is resolved.

Let us know if that resolves it.

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Thanks for the quick reply.

I'm using Yosemite 10.10.5 but I don't have Photoshop on the MacBook.
That said I did find text edit in the Login list and deleted it, restarted, and the pop up window is gone.
I'm a happy camper - thanks again
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