Microsoft last month announced the next pay generation of Windows 11 – with Windows 11, Microsoft said that its video conferencing software software teams will be integrated directly into the UI and users will be able to connect with people through a new chat window. Now, the company has launched the first preview of the MicroS Teft Teams in the latest Windows 11 preview for Windows Insiders. Now, since this is a preview version of Windows 11, it will not come with all the promised features. In the first phase, users will be able to sign in, add contacts and connect via individual and group chats, Microsoft said in a blog post. “In the coming weeks, we will enable audio and video calling gender, meetings, screen sharing and other capabilities.”
Microsoft also said the new chat window would first roll into a subset of Windows Insiders. Those who are already part of MicroS.Fit’s Windows Insider program can click the chat icon on the taskbar and sign in with their MicroSFT account. MicroSt. Has integrated the Teams video conferencing app by default on Windows 11, allowing users to enjoy integrated display on PCs and connected devices such as smartphones like FaceTime on Apple Plus hardware. There is also a widgets button that pops up a new screen on the right. Powered by AI, it receives weather updates, news and other important information in a neat panel. Widgets are housed inside a translucent sheet to give a more clutter-free look. On the desktop, it has a dedicated button on the taskbar, but on the two-in-one, users can also activate it with a swipe gesture.