You probably don't use 80 percent of the tools in Photoshop, here is how to create your dream tool bar.
Adobe Photoshop has been around since the early 90s, and has been one of the most helpful editing program tools for designers, photo editors, web designers and many others! But, for your personal needs, you may find that the majority of tools in the Photoshop tool bar are never used, either they are not relevant to your work or editing style, or maybe they are suited to other forms of digital editing.
You might also find that there are tools in the Photoshop tool bar that were frequently used more than a decade ago, but there are more updated and efficient tools to use, the older ones are still there taking up space in your workspace.
What a lot of people don't actually know is that, like many other windows in Photoshop, the tool bar is fully customisable. You can go to Edit > Toolbar and then add or remove the tools you want as well as grouping them to your liking.
Photoshop will then save your layout to your workspace, if you ever want to reset your Photoshop layout you can go to Window > Workspace > Reset.
Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, PiXimperfect, on how to create your dream tool bar in Photoshop.