Microsoft’s office communication software “teams” has become an essential part of many home office computers for around a year and the Redmond-based company continues to improve the application. Now you want to take care of the performance on the desktop.
Various problems and problems
Microsoft Teams, like all other collaboration tools, has benefited from the pandemic, but not everyone is perfectly happy with the application. There are one or two complaints, especially with the desktop app. These range from high memory, CPU, GPU and energy usage to problems with reliability (crashes and hangs) and slow app start to generally poor performance on Windows and macOS.
A collection of links to the details of each issue is on UserVoice, Microsoft’s feedback platform. But Microsoft is aware of all these minor and major problems and writes: “Improving performance in all areas is our top priority. We are aware that there is still a lot to be done.”
The Redmond company has put together the UserVoice contribution with the overview of all “construction sites” itself (via OnMSFT ) and says: “In order to receive more targeted feedback and better communicate details on progress, we have decided to use the separate User Voice mentioned here -Entries to track. “
Microsoft did not say how long it would take and in what order to tackle the numerous problems and problems, but that was not necessarily to be expected.
If you struggle with the desktop app technically, you can switch to the web version, which should work without any major problems. However, some video conferencing features are only available in the separate application.
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