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Microsoft Outlook 2010 slow to respond or "not responding" during normal daily use.

 

 

 

Operating system:Windows 7 Professional (32 bit) Service Pack 1

System root: C:\Windows

Available physical memory: 3317 MB

CPU: Intel® Core i5-2400 CPU @ 3.10GHz

Drive Info:

C: 284.90 GB

Internet Explorer: 9.0

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By using a third party Outlook PST repair software, you can solve your Outlook not responding error issues. The software also allows you to repair corrupt PST file and recover the stored data without facing any issues. You can run this utility on almost all versions of MS Outlook. For any other queries about the software, visit: http://www.repairpst.recoveryfiles.org/

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hello,

Causes-

  • You have not installed the latest updates.
  • Outlook is in use by another process.
  • Outlook is loading external content, such as images in an email message.
  • A previously installed add-in is interfering with Outlook.
  • Your mailboxes are too large.
  • Your AppData folder is redirected to a network location.
  • You have to repair your Office programs.
  • Outlook data files have become corrupted or damaged.
  • Your installed antivirus software is outdated, or it conflicts with Outlook.
  • Your user profile has become corrupted.
  • Another program conflicts with Outlook.

Resolve-

1.    Go to the  Control Panel (Start>Settings>Control Panel)

2.    Select Add or Remove Programs.

3.    Choose Microsoft Office/Outlook.

4.    Click the Change button.

5.    Select the Reinstall or Repair button, click Next.

6.    Choose Detect and Repair.

7.    Click Install and follow any prompts provided by the repair tool.

  Thank you.☺️

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All the previous version of Outlook 2012 are slow by their nature. But they are more slowed by other third party tools which affect its functionality. Try uninstalling unwanted software from your system and keep your C drive clean and have good free space in your windows drive.

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