In a recent tweet, Paytm’s managing director, Vijay Shekhar Sharma, addressed a common issue many WhatsApp users have been facing lately: sluggish performance. Sharma suggests that if your WhatsApp is lagging, especially in searches or while opening shared content, the solution might be simpler than you think.
He recommends disconnecting web-linked desktop views, explaining that the app tries to sync with web apps before executing a search. By merely disabling or disconnecting linked devices, users can experience a significant speed boost.
WhatsApp in March launched a revamped WhatsApp desktop application for Windows. Designed to mirror the mobile app’s interface, this version boasts enhanced calling features and overall performance improvements. Meta’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, highlighted the app’s ability to support end-to-end encrypted video calls with up to eight participants and audio calls for up to 32.
Since introducing multi-device capabilities, WhatsApp has rolled out a series of upgrades, aiming for seamless syncing across devices and faster device linking. Users can now enjoy enhanced features like link previews and stickers.
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Further expanding its reach, WhatsApp has also launched an early beta version for Mac desktops and optimized its app for Android tablets. With plans to bring the messaging giant to even more devices, it’s clear that WhatsApp is gearing up for a more interconnected future.
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