The most common interface problem of "big" programs, that have a huge amount of great functions is interface "overweightness". There are so much toolbars, palettes and other "secondary windows"... If you have all them visible, you are able to use only a small part of the screen for designing. To maximize your editing space you certainly can close them, but then you have to open them each time you need them and again close after using... That wastes your time and distracts you from creation.
They will turn all the secondary windows to "emerging" state. When you don't need them they are hidden off the screen, so you can use all the screen for designing. And if you need any of them, move the mouse pointer to the edge of monitor where it is hidden and it will appear. This improvement will make your work much more effective and pleasant. New working style seems a bit inconvient at first, but usually it takes 1-2 hours to adapt. Then you start working much faster then before