Enabling graphics or hardware acceleration


When users have their graphic acceleration setting disabled, they will be alerted with a message prompting them to enable graphic acceleration. The message will include the instruction: "Please enable the option Use graphics/hardware acceleration when available in the browser's system settings for a better meeting experience." This enhancement ensures users are aware of potential performance issues related to graphic acceleration settings. Additionally, users have the option to dismiss the message by clicking X.

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How to enable or disable graphics or hardware acceleration

Chrome

To enable or disable graphics or hardware acceleration for Chrome:

  1. Click the three vertical dots in the top right corner, then click Settings.
  2. In the Settings section, click System.
  3. Click the Use graphics acceleration when available toggle to enable or disable it.

Firefox

To enable or disable graphics or hardware acceleration for Firefox:

  1. In the Menu bar at the top of the screen, click Firefox, and then select Preferences or Settings.
  2. Click General.
  3. In the Performance section, select the check box Use hardware acceleration when available if you want to enable it.

Edge

To enable or disable graphics or hardware acceleration for Edge:

  1. Click the three dots in the top right corner, then click Settings.
  2. In the Settings section, click System and performance.
  3. Click the Use graphics acceleration when available toggle to enable or disable it.

Safari

To enable or disable graphics or hardware acceleration for Safari:

  1. Click on the Safari then Settings.
  2. Click Advanced on the top right of the Settings window.
  3. Click the Use graphics acceleration when available toggle to enable or disable it.