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Is there a way to make the Photos app perform more computations when it is running in the background?

Basically, I read that People Tagging happens when the computer is plugged and when Photos is not open. Which means that I could easily leave my computer switched on for the night to allow Photos to do its XMLMachine Learning stuff. But when I look at the Terminal, the PhotoAgent, photoanalysisd etc. are only using very small amount of my computer's resources.

Isn't there a way to speed things up? For example, by allocating more memory to Photos, etc.

Is there a way to make the Photos app perform more computations when it is running in the background?

Basically, I read that People Tagging happens when the computer is plugged and when Photos is not open. Which means that I could easily leave my computer switched on for the night to allow Photos to do its XML stuff. But when I look at the Terminal, the PhotoAgent, photoanalysisd etc. are only using very small amount of my computer's resources.

Isn't there a way to speed things up? For example, by allocating more memory to Photos, etc.

Is there a way to make the Photos app perform more computations when it is running in the background?

Basically, I read that People Tagging happens when the computer is plugged and when Photos is not open. Which means that I could easily leave my computer switched on for the night to allow Photos to do its Machine Learning stuff. But when I look at the Terminal, the PhotoAgent, photoanalysisd etc. are only using very small amount of my computer's resources.

Isn't there a way to speed things up? For example, by allocating more memory to Photos, etc.

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isIs there a way to make the Photos app perform more computationcomputations when it is running in the background. Basically?

Basically, it readsI read that People Tagging happens when the computer is plugged and when Photos is not open. Which Which means that I could easily letleave my computer switched on for the night to allow Photos to do its MLXML stuff. But when I look at the Terminal, the PhotoAgent, photoanalysisd etc. are only using very small amount of my computer's resources.

Isn't there a way to speed things up? likeIsn't there a way to speed things up? For example, by allocating more memory to Photos, etc. ?

Thanks.

is there a way to make the Photos app perform more computation when it is running in the background. Basically, it reads that People Tagging happens when the computer is plugged and when Photos is not open. Which means that I could easily let my computer switched on for the night to allow Photos to do its ML stuff. But when I look at the Terminal, the PhotoAgent, photoanalysisd etc. are only using very small amount of my computer's resources.

Isn't there a way to speed things up? like by allocating more memory to Photos, etc. ?

Thanks.

Is there a way to make the Photos app perform more computations when it is running in the background?

Basically, I read that People Tagging happens when the computer is plugged and when Photos is not open. Which means that I could easily leave my computer switched on for the night to allow Photos to do its XML stuff. But when I look at the Terminal, the PhotoAgent, photoanalysisd etc. are only using very small amount of my computer's resources.

Isn't there a way to speed things up? For example, by allocating more memory to Photos, etc.

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Making Photos use more memory when it is running in the background for People Tagging tasks

is there a way to make the Photos app perform more computation when it is running in the background. Basically, it reads that People Tagging happens when the computer is plugged and when Photos is not open. Which means that I could easily let my computer switched on for the night to allow Photos to do its ML stuff. But when I look at the Terminal, the PhotoAgent, photoanalysisd etc. are only using very small amount of my computer's resources.

Isn't there a way to speed things up? like by allocating more memory to Photos, etc. ?

Thanks.