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    Stop Microsoft Teams from Running Slow in 3 Easy Steps

    3 easy ways to stop Microsoft Teams running slow

    Stop Microsoft Teams from Running Slow in 3 Easy Steps

    Sometimes, Microsoft Teams is just running very slow. When this happens, there are a number of factors to consider, including the quality of your internet speed and connection and whether or not someone else on the same network is doing something “bandwidth-intensive” (3 of the five kids are watching Netflix while the other two are gaming for example).

    Regardless of these factors, Microsoft Teams is a memory and CPU hog. This can slow down the entire laptop or computer if there isn’t enough memory for other programmes to operate. When you’re trying to share your screen with others and there’s a lot of “lag”, you’ll notice this and so will the other people on the call.

    So, if you feel you’re having that problem, here are three easy steps you can take to make Microsoft Teams work faster. You may not need to complete all of them, but we encourage that you do so in the sequence shown below.

     

    STEP #1: CHANGE THE MICROSOFT TEAMS SETTINGS

     

    Hit the three dots next to your profile picture or the picture itself depending on the version in Microsoft Teams. In the menu, find the Settings symbol and click it as the next step.

     

    Find the Settings in Microsoft Teams

     

    A pop up menu will open. Untick the ‘Disable GPU hardware acceleration’ and ‘Register Teams as the chat app for Office’ checkboxes. These changes only become effective after a restart, so close Microsoft Teams and open it up again.

     

    Untick the 'Disable GPU hardware acceleration' and 'Register Teams as the chat app for Office' checkboxes

     

    STEP #2: CHANGE THE MICROSOFT OUTLOOK SETTINGS

     

    Microsoft Outlook is probably open anyway, right? In the top left corner, click on ‘File’ and scroll down a little until you find ‘Options’. Click on it.

     

    Microsoft Outlook File Options

     

    A new window appears. Navigate to ‘Add-ins’, click on ‘Microsoft Teams Meeting Add-in for Microsoft Office’ and finish this step off by tapping the ‘Go…’ button at the bottom of the screen. Keep in mind that ‘Microsoft Teams Meeting Add-in for Microsoft Office’ can be located under ‘Active Application Add-ins’.

     

    Microsoft Teams Meeting Add-in

     

    Untick the ‘Microsoft Teams Meeting Add-in for Microsoft Office’ checkbox and confirm by clicking OK.

     

    COM Add-ins

     

    STEP #3: CLEAR THE CACHE IN WINDOWS EXPLORER

     

    Open any folder and type ‘%appdata%\Microsoft\teams‘ (or just copy via CTRL + C from here and paste it via CTRL + V). Another way is to press the Windows key and R (WIN + R). Now hit Enter. ‘C:\Users\USER\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Teams’ is now open.

     

    Delete all file in the following folders:

    • blob_storage
    • Cache
    • Code Cache
    • databases
    • GPUCache
    • Local Storage
    • tmp

     

    In the folder ‘IndexedDB’, the .db file should be deleted. 

     

    Teams Cache Folders

     

    Continue reading:

    How Microsoft Teams uses memory – Microsoft Teams | Microsoft Docs

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    Microsoft Teams vs Zoom – Which Video Conferencing Service is Best for Your Business?

     


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