Outlook Mail and Calendar, Office Mobile and Get Started apps for Windows 10 gets updated

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It seems like that the folks over at Redmond are working hard on making the “stock” Windows 10 apps better. The company has been releasing a lot of updates for the Windows 10 apps this week, and they’ve just released another set of updates. Yep, Microsoft today released new updates for Outlook Mail and Calendar, PowerPoint, Excel, Word, OneNote and Get Started apps.

The latest update for the Outlook Mail and Calendar apps seem to be a minor one. We couldn’t find any noticeable change, and that’s pretty expected. However, we suspect the latest update for Mail and Calendar brings bug fixes and other improvements. For those wondering, the latest version of the Outlook Mail and Calendar apps is 17.6121.42012.0.

For the Office Mobile apps (PowerPoint, Excel, Word and OneNote), there doesn’t seem to be any new feature either. With the latest update, we’re guessing Microsoft fixed some bugs and improved the stability of the apps. Unfortunately, as there isn’t any changelog, we can’t confirm if there’s anything new.

And for those wondering, the latest update for the Get Started app brings an improved top-bar for Mobile. However, on PC, the app now has new pivot controls. Microsoft has also updated the user interface for the app, and it looks much, much better now. Here’s a screenshot:

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The latest updates for these apps are already live on the Microsoft Store, and you can grab them from the following app boxes:

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If you’ve noticed any new features, make sure to let us know in the comment section below. Also, don’t forget to discuss what you think of the latest updates in the comment section below.

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