Microsoft has quietly started dogfooding a new Microsoft Teams app for Windows 10. The company is building a new Teams app for Windows 10 based on the Teams web app, reports Petri.
The new Teams app for Windows 10 is a Hosted Web App, which is kind of similar to a Progressive Web App. This isn’t an actual Progressive Web App, though — but it’s something that the app might turn into once Microsoft finalizes its work on PWA in Windows 10.
Features wise, there isn’t really anything outstanding here. All the features that are available on the regular Electron-powered Teams Win32 app are available on the new Windows 10 app since both of them are based on the web app. Notably, Microsoft is internally advertising the new app for Windows 10 S only though, which is likely going to change prior to release as the company is going to be replacing Windows 10 S going forward.
Like Microsoft has done with Skype, the new Microsoft Teams app for Windows 10 could be the preferred and only way of getting Teams on Windows 10 PCs in the future if it does end up getting released to the public. We shall see.