One Outlook will soon appear in Windows 11 – a new email client that can eventually replace the well-known Mail app from Windows 10. The first information about One Outlook appeared on the web after an early version of the program was “leaked”.
Attention to detail the edgealso citing site notes Windows CentralIt was written about the unexpected ability to download an early version of One Outlook. At this point, the app isn’t finished yet and allows you to use both professional and school accounts only. In practice, it’s not – at least for now – a show for individual users.
However, this does not mean that in the end the application will not be optimized and expanded to support individual email addresses. The considerations go so far that there is talk of abandoning the previous Mail app, which debuted with Windows 10. Undoubtedly, it is not a particularly complex program and is far from the capabilities of Outlook.
One Outlook, although only in an early version at the moment, is much more like the full version of Outlook. Practically speaking, the app is just a container for the web-based Outlook that you can use today. Microsoft hasn’t revealed many details about the new app yet. However, it’s worth remembering that the Build 2022 conference is in the belt, which could be a great opportunity to bring this kind of news to the show.
Oskar Ziumk, editor in charge of dobreprogramy.pl