Windows 10 news recap: Redesigned Outlook for Windows app introduced, Twitter gets a slew of improvements, and more

Welcome to our Windows 10 news roundup, where we go over the top stories from the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.

Power BI Windows 10 app gets a new home page and improved performance

The Power BI app for Windows 10 has received an update that brings a new home page design, which is currently in beta and can be toggled on/off.

Microsoft will discuss next step for Windows at June 24 event

At its June 24 event, Microsoft officially confirmed that it will be sharing the sequel to Windows, so we won’t wait too long to find out what’s next.

Microsoft releases screenshot of redesigned, yet unreleased Outlook for Windows app

In the release notes for a beta update for Office for Windows, it appears that Microsoft mistakenly shared a screenshot of a redesigned, never-before-seen Outlook for Windows app.

Microsoft releases a screenshot of the redesigned and as-yet-unreleased Outlook for Windows app on on June 1, 2021

Twitter updates on Windows 10 and on the web with improved Spaces, Fleets and Topics features

Twitter has released an update to its Progressive Web App, which adds new features and improves existing features. The main addition is Twitter’s voice chat feature, Spaces. You can see a full list of changes here.

Twitter spaces
Twitter spaces

It’s all for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news.

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