Problems with QuickBooks often come uninvited. If your file has been used long enough, maintenance would inevitably be required. A slow or staggering would most likely be an indication of a large or corrupt file.
If the size of the file is over 300 MB, QuickBooks will run slow mostly while processing payments or generating reports. Like Excel or other office file reducing tools and tips not working to reduce the file size of QuickBooks also there are chances of data damage when you make any change in location or name of QuickBooks Files.
There are 2 ways to reduce a QuickBooks file size:
- Condense or Cleanup QuickBooks has a built-in utility that will reduce the file size of your QuickBooks data file. The QuickBooks condense operation condenses closed transactions into summary journal entries. If any list items are not used, they are deleted from QuickBooks (lists: customers, employees, vendors). There are some transaction types the Condense operation will not remove.
- QuickBooks Supercondense: The QuickBooks SuperCondense service is an advanced version of the QuickBooks condense process and will shrink your company data file by 50-80% of the original file size. A smaller QuickBooks data file will have the following benefits:
- Performance Boost: QuickBooks will run significantly faster
- Stability: Smaller files are less prone to corruption or crashing
- Speed: Quicker to load the file, run reports
- Stay comfortably under the 14,500 name limit for Pro/Premier
- Convert to QuickBooks Online
- Upgrade to newer versions of QuickBooks faster and easier
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