Formally referred to as Microsoft Teams 2.0 or 2.1, Microsoft has already been constructing this new Teams client for years
In the upcoming month, Microsoft will release a new version of the company's Teams, which has been completely redesigned to drastically reduce the amount of system resources it consumes on both desktop and laptop computers. According to sources close to Microsoft's initiatives, the tech giant has only begun testing the latest Teams client widely within Microsoft and intends to release a beta to Microsoft Teams users in March. Formally referred to as Microsoft Teams 2.0 or 2.1, Microsoft has already been constructing this new Teams client for years. The application ought to improve laptop battery life by utilizing 50% less CPU and memory processing power.