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- If you own or work at a company that uses ARM64 devices then you know how some apps have performance issues.
- That being the case, you'll be happy to know that Microsoft Teams is getting optimized for ARM64.
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devices such as Surface Pro X have become ever more popular among ‘s userbase, and to that extent, Better compatibility for current apps needed to be implemented.
One good example would be that of dedicated collaborative tool.Teams, ‘s
Microsoft Teams will get dedicate ARM device support
While users could use a Win32 emulation or by using the web app.Teams on their devices until now, it was generally plagued with various performance issues, not to mention that you were forced to connect via
However, a recent post fromrevealed that this will soon be a thing of the past.
A UserVoice forum that a version of Teams for is currently in active development: representative revealed via a post from the
We are excited to announce that we are currently working on making a native version of Teams. We will share an update as soon as one is available.
Unfortunately, that’s pretty much all they had to say about the matter, as they didn’t provide users with a schedule or at least a roadmap.
This leaves the date of launch for the newTeams up to speculation, to the user’s dismay:
Can you tease us with any timescales?
However, ever since theframework has been recompiled for Windows, this is the first piece of solid news regarding any updates that would come to Teams.
Users have been quick to respond to the post, and the feedback was indeed quite positive:
I tried the emulated version and could see the lag when scrolling. The web version working on Edge Chromium has no problems. Please release the Native build of MS Teams for.
That being said, even if we have no exact idea when will we be finally able to run Teams ondevices natively, at least we now know that it’s just a matter of time.
What’s your take on this latest turn in development? Let us know what other apps do you expect to be optimized fordevices by leaving us your opinion in the comments section below.