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Microsoft Teams has become essential software for many businesses.

It’s helped us to stay connected and get things done while we’ve shifted to hybrid working.

However. By default, Teams opens automatically when you start up your Windows 11 device.

And maybe there are times you’d rather concentrate on a task without connecting to your staff.

Here’s how to get full control over when Teams opens.

First, find the magnifying glass icon next to the Start icon on your taskbar.

Type ‘settings’.

Within Settings select Apps

Go to ‘Startup’…… and scroll down until you find Microsoft Teams.

Then simply toggle it off.

If there’s another app that automatically opens on startup, you can turn that off here as well.

What else annoys you about your technology? We can help. Get in touch.


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