Microsoft has been working on a brand new Outlook app for Windows for some time. Although the program was made available in the Microsoft Store in June so far, the software could only be used in combination with Microsoft 365.
That has now changed. Now, users with a personal account will also have the option to try out the renewed Outlook for Windows app. According to Agiornamenti Lumia, such accounts can now be added easily.
The client is based on Outlook Web and includes calendar integration. The project was developed under the code name Monarch. Over time, the Redmond-based company will likely replace the existing email client with Outlook for Windows and replace it with a uniform variant.
Despite the appearance of the web interface, users can make some customizations. Among other things, the ribbon interface can be customized so that its appearance is similar to that of classic Outlook. The app is currently in beta phase.
To use Outlook for Windows, a minimum of Windows 10 version 1809 is required. Of course, it is also possible to use the new app on Windows 11 systems.
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