Why Cleaning Out the Teams Cache Sometimes Helps to Fix Clients


Microsoft Teams has a poor reputation for performance. People often suggest clearing the Teams cache is a good way to fix a variety of problems. That might be the case because hard experience proves that clearing the cache often helps. Microsoft says that signing out is enough to clear the cache, but others recommend removing local files from the workstation. Maybe no clear answer will emerge until we have a Teams 2.0 client, and that’s likely to come with its own oddities.


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frustrated, but I can't find a better way to prove they are wrong
compatibility&stable will always the problem, unless they work like Apple, only support serveral type of machines, design and build by themselves(acutally even IOS has a lot of bugs too)
reset app settings
reset app
reset system settings
reset system
reset hardware
they are not server, make reset to be the best answer