Microsoft Teams' Windows 11 version could soon have a new exciting feature that would change how people use their computers.
This new functionality is called the Music Mode, specifically designed by the tech giant manufacturer to enhance audio quality and accuracy.
As of the moment, Microsoft PC software still can't provide great sound quality. Aside from this, Microsoft also confirmed that its video platform will also receive new meeting controls, which organizers could use.
In fact, these new meeting controls are already rolling out to some lucky consumers. However, the tech giant company still hasn't confirmed the global launch's completion date.
On the other hand, the giant tech firm also announced that the new Microsoft Teams Music Mode is not limited to Windows 11. This new audio feature will also be available to Apple macOS, as well as Windows 10 users.
Microsoft Teams Windows 11's New Music Mode
According to Windows Latest's report, the new Music Mode of Microsoft Teams Windows 11 could support up to 32 kHz sampling rate mono audio. It can do this at 128 kbs to improve the overall sound quality of your computer.
Microsoft also explained that the new functionality aims to optimize the system's audio processing settings to allow audio at high fidelity, HD sound reproduction.
Aside from this, Microsoft Teams users could also automatically adjust the audio bitrate during their ongoing virtual meetings. But, they need to remember that the provided sound quality will still depend on their internet bandwidth.
This simply means that if consumers have access to faster internet speeds, their Microsoft Teams' Music Mode will also provide more HD audio quality and accuracy.
Meanwhile, new controls, such as the "Lock the Meeting" option, will also be added to the video platform. This new feature will specifically benefit education institutes, especially since most classes are now conducted online because of the ongoing global pandemic.
How To Reinstall Windows 10?
Windows Central provided a simple guide, which consumers can use who are not happy with the new Microsoft Windows 11. To help you further, here are the simple steps you need to follow:
- The first thing you need to do is access your Windows 11's Settings feature.
- After that, you need to choose the "System" option.
- Once you are in there, you can now click the "Recovery Page" option, located on the right side of your screen.
- Click the next button and tap the "No, thanks" option.
- After that, all you need to do is choose the "Go Back To Earlier Build" button.
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Written by: Griffin Davis