How to Improve the Speed of GoToMeeting


GoToMeeting is a downloadable computer application that gives business owners or entrepreneurs the opportunity to connect with each other anywhere in the world with Internet access. With GoToMeeting, you can share your computer screen, recent project notes or photos with multiple users at once -- making holding meetings possible regardless of location. Improving your computer's overall speed will allow GoToMeeting to run smoother, connecting and sharing with others even faster.

  • Close additional programs that are open on your computer but not in use. Having open programs will slow your computer's speed and memory drastically. Exit any programs that require microphone or webcam use to prevent error or conflict when using GoToMeeting.

  • Clear space from your computer by uninstalling programs that are no longer necessary or games that are not played on your hard drive. Access the Programs window by selecting "Start" > "Control Panel" > "Uninstall a Program." From this screen, uninstall and remove all of the unnecessary items in your hard drive and restart your computer to improve its speed.

  • Scan your computer using an anti-virus program for unwanted spyware, adware or viruses that will cause your computer to lag and potentially break down permanently.

  • Update your computer's sound and video card drivers by visiting the official website of the brand of your own sound card and video driver (or by referencing your drive's user manual or guide). To view your computer's driver information, click "Start" > "Control Panel" > "View Devices and Printers." Updating your sound and video drivers will ensure GoToMeeting runs at optimal speed, reducing lag or choppiness that may occur with outdated drivers.

  • Restart your computer and re-install GoToMeeting after clearing your computer and upgrading your current drivers for faster performance while the application is running.

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