memoQ heavy and working slow - how to make it work faster
Thread poster: Akiko Nagashima-Detke, MITI

Akiko Nagashima-Detke, MITI
United States
Member (2018)
Japanese to English
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Jun 13, 2019

Hello,

I have been using memoQ for quite a long time in the same PC and I feel memoQ is heavy recently (such as it takes time to launch, project does not open quickly etc).
Therefore, I deleted many projects I am no longer using. I followed this step: Move to Recycle Bin - > View Recycle Bin - > "Delete selected" (in Recycle bin).

However, my memoQ still feels heavy. Even if I delete the projects completely (not shown in the main screen), I can still see the TM an
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Hello,

I have been using memoQ for quite a long time in the same PC and I feel memoQ is heavy recently (such as it takes time to launch, project does not open quickly etc).
Therefore, I deleted many projects I am no longer using. I followed this step: Move to Recycle Bin - > View Recycle Bin - > "Delete selected" (in Recycle bin).

However, my memoQ still feels heavy. Even if I delete the projects completely (not shown in the main screen), I can still see the TM and term bases of the projects I already deleted (in "Translation memories" or in "Term bases").
Could someone let me know how to make memoQ lighter? Does it help to delete the old projects?

Many thanks in advance for your help.

Akiko
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