Team viewer acts sluggish in one but best in another PC

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I have installed team viewer in three of the PCs I have. All the PCs have latest Team viewer versions and one of them has Windows 8 OS. The other two are running on Windows 7. One of the Windows 7 PC performs better and is always up to the mark even during low speed of internet. I have a good connection speed and hence have not faced any bad internet speed as such. But in the other, the team viewer application slows down and takes seconds to load the full screen image? I share the same internet across all the PCS and I never had problem with other two PCs. What might be the issue?

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Team viewer acts sluggish in one but best in another PC

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Since the team viewer is acting good in one system and different in other system means that it is having issue in hardware not software.

1. First you check the hardware configuration of each system.

2. Depending on the hardware configuration the clock speed varies and it may be result in slowing down of your internet.

3. Check whether there are any unwanted apps using your data in the system.

4. Run the antivirus in the system to check for any potentially harmful files in the system.

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Team viewer acts sluggish in one but best in another PC

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The problem there is neither with the TeamViewer application nor with your internet connection. If you have two computers with the latest TeamViewer where the first one is running perfectly while the second one is not performing very well, the problem might be with your computer’s hardware specifications.

If the second Windows 7 computer is running on a much lower hardware specs than the first one, you won’t get the same performance on both computers.

If the second Windows 7 computer is running on a much lower hardware specifications, try upgrading the machine like add more RAM if it has a small memory, replace the processor with a much faster one, upgrade the video card, and so on. If you can’t do an upgrade since it will cost you money, try downgrading the installed TeamViewer.

Install a much older version of the program then see how it performs.

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