When you're playing a game, the last thing you want want, it's a falling rate frame . If Discord requests your processor in the bottom line, however, is exactly what is going to happen.asser. You can overcome this by enabling hardware acceleration in Discord.
Hardware acceleration isn't necessarily the cure for all Discord problems. If your graphics card (or your PC, more generally) is struggling under the pressure of modern gameplay, hardware acceleration can cause even more problems, leaving you with no choice but to turn it off.
Whether you turn hardware acceleration on or off in Discord, the process is easy to do. However, you can only do this in the Discord desktop app on Windows or Mac, as hardware acceleration is not available in the Discord mobile apps or in the web client.
To get started, open the Discord app on your Windows 10 PC or Mac and log in. Once logged in, click on the settings gear icon displayed next to your username in the lower left corner.
In the Discord Settings menu, select the "Appearance " option from the left menu. You can find it in the "Application Settings " category.
In the " Appearance "menu, you can modify
In the "Advanced " section, click the slider next to the option "Hardware acceleration " to enable or disable it. When the cursor is displayed in green with a check mark symbol, the setting is active and thehardware acceleration is enabled.
To disable it , be sure to move the cursor to the stop position, shown in gray and with an "X" symbol.
Changing the setting to enable or disable hardware acceleration will require restarting the Discord client. In the "Change hardware acceleration " pop-up window, click "OK " to confirm and restart the client.
Once restarted, the hardware acceleration of Discord the setting you selected will become active. You can turn the setting on or off at any time by repeating the steps given above.