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For more information about the site window and site management, see the Dreamweaver documentation.
If you are experiencing crashes, slow performance, or unexpected behavior with Dreamweaver on Microsoft Windows, the steps below will help solve the problem or isolate the source.
However, some of the more involved techniques, like reinstalling Dreamweaver, are often the ones that end up solving the problem.
Abbreviated list of techniques that most often solve Dreamweaver issues on Windows: Restart Dreamweaver and the computer Are you able to launch other Adobe programs?
Install the latest Dreamweaver updater if available Try a new file in a new site, and re-create the site cache Re-create the user configuration folder for Dreamweaver Reinstall Dreamweaver in Selective Startup Mode or Safe Mode with virus protection disabled Comprehensive list of troubleshooting techniques: If you are unable to launch Dreamweaver, see if you are able to launch any other Adobe/Macromedia applications (for example: Flash, Fireworks, Contribute, Photoshop, Illustrator).
A site cache improves the speed of Dreamweaver for link and site management and allows you to use the Assets panel.
Select the Refresh Local File List Automatically option if it isn't already selected, to indicate that Dreamweaver should automatically refresh the local file list every time you copy files into your local site.
In the HTTP Address field, enter the URL that your remote Web site will use, so that Dreamweaver can verify links within the site that use absolute URLs.