Lacerte program cycling

The new 2015 Lacerte program is every so often cycling.  By that I mean it goes into a pause mode with the small circle in the middle of the screen circling. This can last 30 - 40 seconds.  Sometimes it even goes into a fade out mode.  It seems to get worse when there is a new update waiting to be installed.  Anyone else with the same issue?  This is very irritating!!  And what is with the new update every single day!


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We have been having the same issue. This has been terrible this year. I have had our IT checking everything. Our speeds on server is good. But Lacerte is very slow. I also have an irritating error message they can't get rid of. We don't use their invite and signature. It continues to give me error messages as I flip through screens about signature. I got rid of the invite and esignture on the display screen because we have nearly 2000 clients and  those 2 things slowed the page down but getting them off created this problem and they didn't fix it in their tech support.



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