How to improve outlook 2010 performance

There are a few simple steps you can take to keep your Microsoft outlook 2010 running smoothly. If your outlook is slow and unstable, it can put a serious drain on your productivity and even elevate the stress level.

So follow few Microsoft outlook troubleshooting tips below to improve Microsoft outlook performance –

Step1: You can create multiple PST files for e-mails. If you store all email in a single PST, your outlook will take time when loading. For best Microsoft outlook performance keep your PST file small, not more than 1GB.

Step2: After you have split your messages into multiple PST files and removed some of the attachments, you need to compact the PST file to shrink its size. If you are using an exchange account in cached mode, compact your OST file also.

Step3: You can also disable unnecessary add-ins because it can slow your outlook unnecessary. Also find here some more tips to make use of Microsoft outlook at its best.
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Step4: If it is not necessary, you can also disable your RSS feed in outlook.

Step5: Keep your outlook 2010 updates with windows and office 2010 patches and service packs.

Step6: If the network connection between your computer and the exchange server is very fast and reliable and if you have a large exchange mailbox, then disabling cached exchange mode might actually result in better performance.

So these are some common tips that you can apply to improve your Microsoft outlook performance.
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Also find here some secret tips for how to import contacts to Microsoft Outlook from Microsoft excel >>


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