In a recent announcement, Microsoft revealed that upcoming Windows 11 devices will come preloaded with an advanced, AI-enabled Outlook app, replacing the Mail, Calendar and People apps as the default mailbox application starting in 2024.
In a blog post, Microsoft said, “Beginning in 2024, all new Windows 11 devices will include the new Outlook for Windows as the default mailbox application, available free of charge to all users. The Mail and Calendar apps will be The Microsoft Store will continue until the end of 2024.”
For existing devices, users can switch to the new Outlook for Windows using switch buttons within the Mail and Calendar applications.
Interestingly, the new Outlook app for Windows integrates cutting-edge AI features to enhance your email writing. Users can count on help in crafting impactful, error-free messages and ensuring clearer communication. Plus, the AI-powered Outlook app serves as a handy reminder to follow up on important conversations.
To get a preview of the new Outlook app, users can click the[新しい Outlook を試す]You can activate the toggle and follow the on-screen instructions.
In other news, Microsoft is releasing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23481 to the Dev Channel, featuring a revamped Window Ink experience. In a blog post, the tech giant explained that Windows Ink modernization will allow users to use ink input directly in edit fields.