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    Anonymous commented  · 

    One more note, that article on how Teams uses memory (as much as it wants) - is crazy! Try running Teams on a 30 user RDS host, it is a business class app correct. I understand Electron is easy to dev for and cross platform friendly, but if it’s this bad on resources it makes Microsoft as a whole look, quite frankly - lazy. We are a MSP, and we need to explain all the time that Microsoft simply doesn’t care or it would be fixed (over four years)!

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    I concur, there was no reason to split this issue - it all boils down to performance and resource usage. It might not crash if it wasn’t trying to use 1.5 GB of RAM.

    I guess an issue with 18k votes was getting to be an issue. I use Teams on a 12 Core 32Gb RAM, NVMe storage workstation and IT.IS.STILL.SLOW. Just try searching a chat thread and see what happens.... ludicrous this hasn’t been resolved in 4 years, likely because it would have to be re-written natively vs using Electron. We have to discourage our customers using it, even if they already have a license under 365.

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