Is your Kindle feeling sluggish? It means it’s time to reboot it.

Is your Kindle feeling sluggish? Does it seems like it takes a little longer to change the page then it used to? That doesn’t mean there’s some technical problem. It means it’s time to reboot it. Thorin Klosowski from LifeHacker shows us how:

Anyone who has ever used a computer is well aware of the “turn it off and back on again,” IT joke, but a number of people have told me they’re thinking about buying a new Kindle because theirs is getting “slow.” It seems silly to even mention this because it should be common, but Amazon tucks the restart option so deep into menus that it’s a troubleshooting tip worth mentioning.

So, the next time your Kindle feels a little slow, whether that’s taking forever to wake up or the pages seem to flip a little sluggishly, restart it. From the Home menu, tap Menu, then Settings. From the Settings Menu, tap Menu again, then tap Restart.

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One Response to Is your Kindle feeling sluggish? It means it’s time to reboot it.

  1. Melissa February 17, 2019 at 10:37 am #

    My Kindle 8 was at that point. Support suggested a reboot and I was desperate. So I did. It worked. The only thing I should have done but didnt, find a way to save all my bookmarks first. Lost all of them.

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