Hi @mahr0z ,
You may have to upgrade the RAM and change the HDD to an SSD to improve the performance of the laptop to cope with the demands of these two programs. Unfortunately you cannot upgrade the CPU as it is mounted on the systemboard.
What are the specifications of your particular model i.e what CPU i3, i5 or i7 is installed and how much RAM is installed i.e. 2GB, 4GB, 6GB, 8GB, 10GB, 12GB or 16GB (max)?
To check, if you have Win 10, click on the Windows start button (left side of the Taskbar) and click on Settings > System > About to view the device processor and RAM specifications
Do you have an SSD or a HDD installed?
What Adobe Photoshop and Coral Draw software versions are you using?
The reason for all these questions is that your laptop’s system hardware may not be able to adequately cope with the demands of these programs and is struggling to do what you want. Therefore it heats up. It also doesn’t do the HDD much good as it may be being used as extra memory (if you haven’t got enough) to cope with the demands of the program and therefore it also is doing a lot more work.
Example is if you have an i3 CPU with only 4GB of RAM the computer has to work a lot harder with more degraded performance (and it gets a lot hotter) than if you had an i3 CPU with 8GB or RAM or better yet an i3 with 8GB of RAM and a SSD if you get what I mean.
Even when looking at the system requirements for these two programs, they both only state the minimum requirements and not what is actually needed for the program to run smoothly and to not impact on the computer.
Here’s the specifications of the laptop that show that it supports up to 16GB of RAM and what type of RAM it is.
Here’s the owner manual which shows how to replace the RAM (memory) and the HDD.
Here’s a supplier - example only where it shows what RAM options and SSD options are available and how much they cost. This is only shown to give you an idea of the cost of the upgrades. There are other suppliers online that may suit you better if you decide to do this.