Troubleshoot Zoom And Prevent It From Crashing
Zoom crashed, what now?
Communication is one of the top reasons we use the Internet. Today’s most downloaded app is Zoom. Zoom is where we can see and hear those from our family, work and school. With social distancing, and everything going on in the world, it means today more than ever our connections need to remain stable. But what can you do when Zoom crashes? Let’s find out!
Why Has Zoom Crashed?
One of the main causes of Zoom issues is actually your connection to the Internet. When you have a slow, or unreliable connection, Zoom may not be able to work properly. Sometimes, you may not even realize that you have a Zoom connectivity problem until you try and use the service.
As other video conferencing software, Zoom uses significant bandwidth, especially for video calls. Your device is sending a complex set of data packets to the device of the person you are trying to talk to. And their device is sending packet of data to you.
The flow of these packets gets interrupted if your Wi-Fi connection has a momentary blip or your cellular connection fluctuates. It can take a few moments for the data to catch up.
This results in Zoom issues: calls where the audio fades in and out, choppy video, and where Zoom crashes completely.
How To Prevent Your Zoom Meetings From Crashing
Speedify makes Zoom issues related to your Internet connection dissapear. The Speedify app works by monitoring the quality of your Internet connections in the background. It can bond your Wi-Fi and cellular connection simultaneously in a single “pipe” on your mobile device. Or combine any number of connections on a computer.
This improves your bandwidth and leads to a smoother Zoom conference meeting.
Speedify also routes data when something happens to one of your connections. When you stumble upon a bad Wi-Fi hotspot, or your connection suddenly goes out, you will stay connected. Speedify intelligently and automatically reroutes your data through the other available connection(s) until you are connected again to both networks. Best of all, you don’t notice anything because Speedify works seamlessly.
You will be happy to know that Speedify is available for iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows devices.
Speedify Fast Bonding VPN Saves Your Zoom Meetings From Crashing
Speedify does more than just manage your Internet connections. It is also a fast bonding VPN. It encrypts all of the data you send and receive from your device. This helps keep your private information and conversations secure from digital eavesdroppers and cyber thieves.
Speedify doesn’t just make your Zoom connection problems dissapear. It also makes the Zoom app more stable and secure, and improves your overall Internet experience.
Forget about checking the Zoom outage map. Address Zoom issues related to your Intenet connection easily with Speedify!