Just a web app? New Outlook version leaked
Microsoft has been working on a new version of its mail program for over a year. Now a first beta version has found its way onto the net.
Outlook is probably one of the most used mail programs in the world. Microsoft has been working on a new version of the program for a long time. The first information about this had already been leaked a year ago. The program internally called “One Outlook” could even replace the mail client in Windows 10 & 11, some say.
After it had become quiet about the new Outlook since the first leak, an already quite complete trial version of the mail program has appeared on the net, as the IT portal “Windows Central” reports. The trial version can be downloaded there – and can already be used with business and educational accounts.
New app is very reminiscent of the web version of Outlook
The new app is very reminiscent of the web version of Outlook.com – however, a few small changes have been made. For example, the ribbon can be personalized so that it looks more like the classic Outlook. So if you want to get a first impression of the new Outlook version, you just have to look at Outlook.com log in to the browser – or create an e-mail account there.
The new Outlook version has not yet been officially announced or presented – but “Windows Central” believes that this could already happen at Microsoft’s developer conference “Build”, as the trial version already looks very finished.
The “Build” is Microsoft’s conference for software developers and web developers, which will take place this year from May 24 to May 26. The event is often also used to give a preview of new program versions or other novelties.