Microsoft continues its mission to prepare all of its applications for Windows 11. Outlook will be one of them They are preparing to release a new preview version.
The email app has gone through many versions since Microsoft bought it in 1997 for nearly $400 million. nickname “Project Monarch”, The new Outlook is a reboot for this version for users to manage their email on Windows 10 and Windows 11.
Microsoft competes with many applications to access personal or professional email, through a web browser or a smartphone. This is why the people in Redmond think it’s time for a new version of Outlook.
like y Snip and SketchHowever, Microsoft usually has more than one application launched to perform the same function. Mail is another example.
In Windows 8 and above, you had Windows mail, With a design reminiscent of the Metro user interface that Microsoft enforced in 2012. But if you have a Microsoft 365 account, you can also use the Outlook app.
Now we have been able to redesign Outlook in the . format May 2021 update For Office Insider. It has a user interface reminiscent of the new application Paint de Windows 11.
The app is part of the “One Outlook” project that Microsoft is working with Finally integrate all your mail apps In a unified application that can manage any account on Windows 10 and Windows 11. The idea is that there is not only one mail application so as not to confuse users.
It is also logical that The new Outlook comes on both Windows 10 and 11. In the end, email is one of the main reasons why many users use a computer in the office.
Having the same layout on both operating systems may also appeal to some Upgrade to Windows 11.
Microsoft has had a great opportunity to build on the success of Outlook since the days of MSN Hotmail and Windows Live. Its app on both Android and iOS has been well received. It is able to easily manage different email accounts, while offering users great customization in deleting emails, creating folders, and much more.
Although this is new One Outlook is not yet available, It will most likely be closer to the release of Windows 11 in October 2021. Hopefully, you will remove Windows Mail from Windows 10 and Windows 11 for good.
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