Outlook Mail and Calendar and OneNote for Windows 10 updated

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Microsoft has released news updates for Outlook Mail and Calendar on Windows 10 for Insiders. The company has also updated the OneNote app on Windows 10. Both of these updates are minor ones, just like most of the recent updates and they do not introduce any new features. However, Microsoft recently added a new feature to the OneNote app on Windows 10 which allowed users to solve equations on OneNote just by writing the equations with a stylus. In addition to that, Microsoft is also expected to bring Focused Inbox feature to the Outlook Mail app on Windows 10 — however, that doesn’t seem to be available in the latest update.

As for the latest updates, Microsoft probably fixed some bugs and changed some things behind the scenes. Unfortunately, the updates don’t include any changelog, so we are unable to tell if there are any notable new additions. If you do notice any new features, make sure to let us know in the comment section below and don’t forget to grab the updates from the links below.

Mail and Calendar
Mail and Calendar
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free
OneNote
OneNote
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free

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