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how improve track changes performance?

I am using track changes while working on a 60-page document. There are numerous images.

Performance is sluggish. Are there ways to improve it? Specifically:

Should performance be significantly better if I save files as .odt rather than .docx? (My default is set to .docx in case I forget to convert a file before sending it to colleagues using MS.) I think the answer is probably yes and will start saving as .odt.

Would it make sense to not use track changes and just use compare documents at the end? How do the results in compare documents differ from using track changes? I can test this but might not notice important differences.