To delete one or more states of the image (Photoshop):

Do one of the following:

• Click the name of the state, and choose Delete from the History palette menu to delete that change and those that came after it.

• Drag the state to the Trash button to delete that change and those that came after it.

• Choose Clear History from the palette menu to delete the list of states from the History palette, without changing the image. This option doesn't reduce the amount of memory used by Photoshop.

• Hold down Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS), and choose Clear History from the palette menu to purge the list of states from the History palette without changing the image. If you get a message that Photoshop is low on memory, purging states is useful, since the command deletes the states from the Undo buffer and frees up memory.

Important: This action cannot be undone.

• Choose Edit > Purge > Histories to purge the list of states from the History palette for all open documents.

Important: This action cannot be undone.

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