First, ensure that you don’t have too many tabs open at once and you have previously shutdown or reboot Chromebook.
Follow these steps below if Chromebook is still lagging:
- Keep the number of open tabs to a minimum, especially if you’re on a Zoom session or classes.
- If you’re using a school issued
Hotspot, make sure no other device(s) like
PlayStation(s)is connected to it except Chromebooks.
- Check for
Chrome OSupdates and install them if any.
- Disconnect Chromebook from
Hotspot, shut off Chromebook, reset your Hotspot, turn on Chromebook again and connect back to
WIFI. See how to reset a Hotspot.
- Reboot your Chromebook often, don’t just close the lid, after every use.
This issue may be common during a Zoom session or class, learn how to fix Zoom lag issues*.
Tip: If you tried the above steps or don’t find this utterly helpful, you can still reset your Chromebook
[Chrome OS] and resolve lagging or glitching issues with a power wash. Make sure the Chromebook is up-to-date* before proceeding with the power wash or reach out to a technician for further support. Perform a power wash.