A concept of People app, (Image Courtesy: Micheal West).

Microsoft pushes out a major update for its People’s App for Windows 10 PC and HoloLens users. The update pushes the app to new version 10.3.3241.0. The update comes with lot of new features along with changes to the interface of the application.

After the latest update users will notice that the company has removed the fluent design and the title bar has undergone modifications. You will now find email address and Telephone numbers next to the contact names on the Home page of the application.

The Hamburger menu now has two new entrants namely “New Contact” and “Filter Contact” List added in the latest update. The App will now have the new color of the theme selected as default on your Windows devices.

The search bar has received new modifications which now shows the contacts depending on the search directly in a new pop up column. Sorting of contacts have also received some changes to the items in the Settings with improvements made to the application font.

Apart from the major new features and new interface the update also brings bug fixes and performance improvements to the application. The new People App update is currently available only for Fast Ring Insiders and will be pushed out to other users in coming weeks or days.

If you haven’t yet got the update you need to wait for some time before seeing the new People app update hitting your Windows 10 PCs as the roll out is gradual. Alternatively you can try to get the latest update by clicking the below Microsoft Store link.

Download Microsoft People App for Windows 10

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