Outlook Mail and Diary updated for all Windows Ten users

Microsoft today released a new update for its Outlook Mail iphone app for Windows 10 plus Windows 10 Mobile. Your update comes with new improvements to the mail app for a lot of Windows 10 users.

The up-date has bumped the application in order to new version 17.9029.22175.0. The brand new update comes with new refinements to the application both for Microsoft windows 10 and Windows 13 Mobile.

Microsoft has added a fresh font for the unread emails in the inbox. The unread emails are provided with the addition of a new font rendering it easier for users to check out the unread mails in the inbox.

Microsoft has added a new arrow down icon for email replies as well as making changes to the contact interface. List of messages segment has also received minor enhancements to the list of items in the browse bar.

You will also be able to plan messages as per your choice through selecting the items in the decrease list of messages section. Microsoft windows has also added a new Mindset for iOS and Android option in the Settings section of the request with the latest update.

Along along with bringing some minor brand-new layout enhancements which gives a whole new look to the Mail as well as Calendar application for Windows xp 10 users. The latest up-date also comes with the usual list of bug fixes and modest improvements to the performance of the application both on Glass windows 10 PC and Home windows 10 Mobile.

Microsoft has been working quite difficult in making sure to improve all of its core apps with latest features especially the Mail app so it will be easy and convenient in terms of practice especially for daily users.

The most current update for the Mail practical application is currently available only for Windows 7 10 users who are not the main Insider program. This is the very same update which was released on the Insiders enrolled in the Release Sneak peek Ring on both Windows 12 PC and Mobile after successful testing is now available for all Windows 10 users upon PC and Mobile.


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