Thank you for your feedback. The team is actively working on the performance of Teams, and have made some small improvements around crashing, reliability, hanging and freezing. We will share updates as soon as they are available.
An error occurred while saving the commentCharleshan commented
Same story here,
As a precaution we have to reboot our systems before entering a meeting like others suggested here.
And DO expect Teams to crash during a meeting! Especially if it is a long one or there are more meetings in one day...
When teams crashes it normally crashes repeatingly several times often taking other programs with it. The only way to fix that is to reboot your system. See some (Dutch) screenshots I added.
For people asking how to stop Teams from (automagically) starting in your taskbar: You can turn that behavior off by right-clicking on that icon, then selecting settings in the appearing menu.
Note that the appearing settings-menu is different from the others (of course) Microsoft and other companies seem to find it modern/handy to have as many setting menus as possible for the same program instead of a single one...
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