Technical Check

You can join a test Zoom meeting to familiarize yourself with the Zoom and test your microphone/speakers before joining a Zoom meeting. You can also test your video or audio while in a Zoom meeting.

You can join a test Zoom meeting (by clicking the button above) to familiarize yourself with the Zoom and test your microphone/speakers before joining a Zoom meeting. You can also test your video or audio while in a Zoom meeting.

Note: If you are using the Zoom app on mobile, you can visit http://zoom.us/test to join a test meeting, then follow the instructions to test your video or audio.

System requirements for Windows, macOS, and Linux

An internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)

Speakers and a microphone – built-in or USB plug-in or wireless Bluetooth

A webcam or HD webcam - built-in or USB plug-in

Or, a HD cam or HD camcorder with video capture card
Note: See the list of supported devices.

macOS X with macOS 10.9 or later

Windows 10*
Note: For devices running Windows 10, they must run Windows 10 Home, Pro, or Enterprise. S Mode is not supported.

Windows 8 or 8.1

Windows 7

Ubuntu 12.04 or higher

Mint 17.1 or higher

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4 or higher

Oracle Linux 6.4 or higher

CentOS 6.4 or higher

Fedora 21 or higher

OpenSUSE 13.2 or higher

ArchLinux (64-bit only)

Surface PRO 2 or higher running Win 8.1 or higher
Note: For tablets running Windows 10, they must run Windows 10 Home, Pro, or Enterprise. S Mode is not supported.

iOS and Android devices

Blackberry devices

Windows: IE 11+,  Edge 12+, Firefox 27+,  Chrome 30+

Mac: Safari 7+, Firefox 27+,  Chrome 30+

Linux: Firefox 27+,  Chrome 30+

Note: Some features in the web client are not supported on IE.

Minimum

Recommended

Processor

Single Core 1Ghz or Higher

Dual Core 2Ghz or Higher (i3/i5/i7 or AMD equivalent)

RAM

N/A

4Gb

Notes:

Dual and single core laptops have a reduced frame rate when screen sharing (around 5 frames per second). For optimum screen sharing performance on laptops we recommend a quad core processor or higher.

Linux requires a processor or graphics card that can support OpenGL 2.0 or higher.

High DPI support

High DPI displays are supported in Zoom version 3.5 or higher

The bandwidth used by Zoom will be optimized for the best experience based on the participants’ network. It will automatically adjust for 3G, WiFi or Wired environments.

Recommended bandwidth for meetings and webinar panelists:

For 1:1 video calling:

600kbps (up/down) for high quality video

1.2 Mbps (up/down) for 720p HD video

Receiving 1080p HD video requires 1.8 Mbps (up/down)

Sending 1080p HD video requires 1.8 Mbps (up/down)

For group video calling:

800kbps/1.0Mbps (up/down) for high quality video

For gallery view and/or 720p HD video: 1.5Mbps/1.5Mbps (up/down)

Receiving 1080p HD video requires 2.5mbps (up/down)

Sending 1080p HD video requires 3.0 Mbps (up/down)

For screen sharing only (no video thumbnail): 50-75kbps

For screen sharing with  video thumbnail: 50-150kbps

For audio VoiP: 60-80kbps

For Zoom Phone: 60-100kbps

Recommended bandwidth for webinar attendees:

For 1:1 video calling: 600kbps (down) for high quality video and 1.2 Mbps (down) for HD video

For screen sharing only (no video thumbnail): 50-75kbps (down)

For screen sharing with  video thumbnail: 50-150kbps (down)

For audio VoiP: 60-80kbps (down)