Microsoft Teams May Receive Improvements for Desktop App to Cut Down on RAM, CPU Usage

Microsoft Teams may soon receive performance improvements for its desktop app which will hamper on RAM and CPU usage. A user had mentioned the difficulty of the Microsoft Teams desktop app consuming tons of RAM on the Microsoft Teams community forum. Microsoft has confirmed during a status update that it had been “working” on the difficulty . Teams also received other updates this month, including an offline auto send option and therefore the ability to incorporate up to 10,000 users in an organization-wide team.
Besides updating its status update to reflect that it might work on the difficulty of the desktop app of Teams consuming tons of RAM, Microsoft didn’t reveal any longer details about how it might improve performances. it’s possible that it could take a short time before Microsoft takes care of this issue.
First spotted during a report by Windows Latest, the publication notes that it’s public knowledge that Microsoft Teams isn’t optimized for all storage configurations, and sometimes lags on devices with HDD.
Users are complaining on the Microsoft Teams forum about performance issues that crop up when using the app on Windows devices that have less storage configuration. As per users, the app takes tons of RAM even when not getting used to its full capacity.

Meanwhile, Microsoft summarized all the new updates Teams received this month during a blog post. Offline auto send may be a new feature that identifies when Teams messages are sent or edited when the user is offline. The messages are automatically sent once the user is online again.
Microsoft also will let large teams collaborate easily now. Global admins can create organization-wide teams with up to 10,000 members. When organization-wide teams are created, all global admins and Teams service administrators are going to be added as team owners, and every one active users as team members.