In this paper, the characteristics of conductive bridge random access memory (CBRAM) with novel material tungsten doped indium zinc oxide (W doped InZnO, IWZO) acting as switching material in different annealing atmosphere have been investigated. The endurance cycles of annealed IWZO CBRAM devices are obviously increased to 104 cycles, while even longer retention time can be achieved at 85 °C, compared with the as-deposited IWZO CBRAM device. Besides, after annealing in nitrogen atmosphere, the uniformity of the resistance state has been greatly improved. By detailed X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy analysis, the better electrical properties can be attributed to the generated oxygen vacancies during nitrogen annealing. As a result, that notable improvement in IWZO CBRAM may show its potential for future integrated display circuit applications, just by utilizing simple annealing process.