This is such a broad category that it is impossible to cover everything, but a few common issues you can try yourself are listed here. If these don’t solve your issue please don’t hesitate to contact us on discord athttps://invite.gg/vspatial
The first thing you can try is updating your drivers, especially your GPU drivers. The best way to do this is by going to your GPU manufacturer’s website and downloading their recommended driver. If you don’t know what GPU you have, you can open Device Manager by going to the search bar in the taskbar at the bottom of your screen and search searching for “Device Manager”. Open it and click to expand the Display Adapters section, and there you should see your GPU.
Next, check and see if you have at least a 2019 version of Windows. In the search bar in the taskbar type ‘Check for Updates’ and click on the app it suggests. This will tell you if you have any updates that are waiting to be installed and by looking at ‘update history’ you are able to see when your last update was. vSpatial may also be falsely flagged by your antivirus as malware, especially if you are using the Remote Connect. To check whether this is happening please take a look at the question below this one.