Mail & Calendar on Windows 11? Closing their doors this December! Outlook steps in as the new email & calendar boss, promising more features, smoother flow, and Office 365 integration. Existing users, don't fret, migrate at your own pace, but remember: security updates stop by year's end. ️ New devices get Outlook by default starting now. Ready to upgrade your email experience? Outlook's waiting!
Attention Windows 11 users! Say goodbye to your familiar Mail and Calendar apps – they're officially retiring on December 31, 2024. But fear not! Microsoft's Outlook app is stepping in to fill the void, promising a more powerful and integrated experience…. Hmmm, I’m not convinced
Why the change? Microsoft wants you to join the Outlook family. Packed with advanced features, sleek design, and tight integration with Office 365, Outlook aims to be your one-stop shop for email, calendars, and to-do lists.
What happens next? Existing users will see friendly pop-ups encouraging them to switch to Outlook. Don't feel pressured – you can keep using the old apps until the deadline. But, remember, no more security updates after December, so switching early is smart.
New devices get Outlook by default: Starting 2024, new Windows 11 machines will come with Outlook pre-installed, marking a complete shift.
What about my Gmail or Yahoo? Relax, Outlook plays nice with others! You can connect your third-party email accounts for a unified inbox.
Ready to make the switch? Don't wait! Start exploring Outlook and discover its advantages over the retiring apps. Microsoft assures a smooth transition – so embrace the future of email and calendar management!
Consider Gmail and using the mail apps on your phone.
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