Tell everyone that the AI-powered, new Microsoft Outlook is rolling out for general users

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After a series of rigorous tests within the insider community, Microsoft has finally launched the new Microsoft Outlook to general users. 

The announcement came just in time with today’s Microsoft Surface 2023 event. Besides announcing two new Surface devices, the Redmond-based tech giant also gave us a blueprint of how AI assistant tool Copilot will shape the future of its 365 productivity apps, like Outlook. 

The new Outlook is a free email app for Windows users that lets you easily manage all of your email accounts and calendars in one place. 

It has a modern interface and built-in AI that can help you write better emails (like the new “sound like me” feature and Microsoft Editor’s grammar checker), attach files securely, and access OneDrive and Office web apps without a subscription.

The new Outlook will come pre-installed on new Windows 11 devices running Windows 11, version 23H2 or higher, and on some devices that are upgraded to Windows 11, version 23H2.

In case you missed today’s coverage of the Surface event, Microsoft announced that its Copilot tool will be released on September 26th, along with a number of other Windows 11 updates. 

The AI-powered tool that can help users with a variety of tasks, such as writing emails and creating documents, will also be introduced within this update. It will also include the Cocreator feature in Paint, as we’ve previously reported.

The new Microsoft Outlook is available on the Microsoft Store