Microsoft is at last adding Teams to its own store

Microsoft is at last adding Teams to its own store

You’ll before long have the option to download Microsoft Teams from the Microsoft Store that comes incorporated into Windows, as per a guide update from the organization, as spotted by Neowin. Indeed, you read that right. Microsoft’s work interchanges application hasn’t been accessible on its own store so far; it either must be downloaded from the web or introduced close by the remainder of Office 365. (However, as ZDNet notes, it was accessible at one point on the store solely for individuals involving Windows 10 in S mode, which limited where you could introduce programming from.)

As per the guide, Teams will be accessible on the store at some point one month from now for the two Windows 10 and 11. The variant for Windows 10 will be usable with individual, work, and school accounts, while the 11 adaptation will simply be for work and school accounts. Windows 11 as of now has a form of Teams that comes incorporated into it, which is intended to be utilized for visiting with loved ones utilizing an individual record, not as a Slack other option.

Microsoft guaranteed Teams for its store last year when it presented the Microsoft Store upgrade. That was additionally when it reported that you’d have the option to introduce Android applications on Window 11 through the Amazon application store — an ability that is unexpectedly enabled you to snatch Teams from an application store on your Windows machine for a couple of months as long as you were ready to utilize the versatile form.

It’s great to see that Microsoft is working on making it simpler to get Teams on Windows for the individuals who need it. Furthermore, as a double PC/Mac client, I’m glad to hear that it’s additionally trying an Apple Silicon-local adaptation of Teams; ideally, that will assist with the totally frosty hours of kickoff for the application on M1 Macs. (However, right now, you need to download the macOS form from the web as opposed to utilizing the App Store.)

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