As the first step, we should try to disable the add-ins and see if that resolves the problem. It can even freeze or cause ‘not-responding’ issues!Here are a few methods, I suggest, which you may use to disable the add-ins. You’ll find an option called “Change Start Mode” and select Disabled and then Select “Change Connect Mode” and select No. Click “Computer” then Go to File Under Addins key, you’ll find the list of add-ins.So we have to open the Task Manager, go to Process tab and look for and kill the service. Once you do that close the Registry and open Outlook and test it.Then re-open Outlook and see if the problem is still there. Sometimes it’s the corrupt PST file or a corrupt Profile that can cause Outlook to crash. Once you select it Click on “Set as Default” so it will default to your Old PST’s Inbox. The Calendar Checking Tool for Outlook (Cal Check) is a command-line program that checks Microsoft Outlook Calendars for problems.
Suggestions made and opinions expressed by him here are his personal one's and not of his current employers. 1] If you can open Outlook then we can disable it from there. Follow the same process for all non-Microsoft add-ins. Change the value incorrectly can cause potential damage to Computer be very cautious. To remove the simply highlight the one Right Click on it and Delete.Sometimes Outlook just won’t close -it will continue to be still running in Task Manager. Once you disable all the add-ins, the open Outlook and test it. To disable it temporarily on the Right side Pane you’ll find a Value called “Load Behavior” double-click on it and change the Value data from “3” to “0” Click OK.apps for Windows 8 and 10), while others were separated and continued on their own (e.g.Windows Live Search became Bing), while others were simply axed.