Sep 26 2023 11:38 PM
Sep 26 2023 11:38 PM
Hey Tech Community,
I hope everyone is doing well! I'm reaching out today with a concern regarding workstations and their compatibility with Microsoft Teams. As a user who heavily relies on Teams for communication and collaboration, I've recently encountered some challenges that I believe are related to my workstation setup.
To give you a bit of context, I'm using Microsoft Teams on a daily basis for video conferences, file sharing, and instant messaging. However, I've noticed that my workstation (a Windows 10 PC) sometimes struggles to handle the demands of Teams, leading to performance issues that can be quite frustrating.
Here are some of the specific issues I've encountered:
I'd like to hear from the community about their experiences with Teams on different workstations and any tips or best practices you've found to improve performance. Additionally, if there are any Microsoft experts or representatives here, I'd greatly appreciate some insights into the hardware requirements and optimization strategies for Teams.
Let's use this thread to share our experiences and collectively find solutions to ensure a seamless Teams experience across a variety of workstations. Your input and advice are highly valued!
Thanks in advance for your help.
Sep 27 2023 02:15 AM
here are some quick tips and best practices that I've found helpful:
If you're still experiencing performance issues after following these tips, you may want to consider upgrading your workstation hardware. Teams is optimized for newer hardware, so upgrading your CPU, RAM, and/or GPU can make a significant difference in performance.
Here are also some additional tips that may be helpful:
I'm not an official Microsoft representative, but I am Microsoft 365 Certified: Teams Administrator Associate MS-700 and I've done a lot of research on this topic because I am working every day with those issues.
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