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Microsoft's new Windows processor "One Outlook" has started leaking

Microsoft’s new Windows processor “One Outlook” has started leaking

Microsoft Outlook’s New Email Client for Windows, File The so-called “One Outlook” program The company has been working for some time now, and it is almost ready for prime time. Some users were able to download the new app first Discovered by Windows Central, Currently appears to work only for work and education accounts. Those who can come in … Well, that’s exactly what you expect.

We have been hearing for a long time that the future of Microsoft Mail clients will be similar to the Outlook web application, in fact, the new application looks like that. It is much lighter and simpler than previous versions of Outlook for Windows and more powerful than the built-in mail application. As Microsoft moves its services to the Internet without running them exclusively as native apps, the entire application is hosted online.

“We appreciate the excitement of our upcoming update and will be sharing more in the coming weeks,” said Scott Stills, vice president of product management at Outlook. Margin In the present situation. “The downloadable version is an early beta not supported by Outlook for Windows, and misses some of the features and enhancements available to our beta testers. We encourage our customers to wait for the beta release.

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The app is said to be tested in 2021, with plans to eventually switch to other customers later this year. Now, it looks like Microsoft will officially announce the new app at the Built Developer Conference later this month, after which it will replace Mail, Calendar and other versions of Outlook at the end. How does it work? We’ll have to wait and see what the new app looks like, but it’s safe to say that desktop apps that act as web application shells have a somewhat confusing history. But with Microsoft Long-term fees for advanced web applicationsThe future seems to be coming one way or another.

The transition is not easy as many Outlook users have a long history of processor operation and the clean, highly consistent web application based experience will feel like a huge departure. That is, for a short period of time, Microsoft will continue to provide users with multiple versions of Outlook. But the way she moves forward is clear: in the future, there is only one look. It starts with the web.

May 6, 9:00 PM and updated: Updated with Microsoft’s feedback.