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Microsoft is pushing out a new update for its Outlook Mail and Calendar App for Windows 10 Mobile and PCs. The update comes with some major new features which have already been tested by the Windows Insiders couple of weeks ago.

This is the same update which has been released to the Fast Ring Insiders couple of weeks ago. The latest update comes with new features along with new options in the Settings section of the application.

All Windows 10 users will now be able to disable Focused Inbox directly from the Settings section. The introduction of the Focused Inbox did not go down well with lots of Windows 10 users and hence the company had made sure to introduce the option of disabling Focused Inbox for users who don’t like to use the feature.

Along with introduction of disabling of Focused Inbox feature, you will now be able to view messages for conversation and activate and deactivate the preview of emails in the notification bar.

A new “Reading Pane” has also been added to the Mail box which lets users to have a glance of the new email in preview without having to open the mail box.

This is a pretty major update released to the Windows 10 users for both Mobile and PC and as reported is available for download to all Windows 10 users irrespective of the ring.

You can download the latest Mail and Calendar Update for Windows 10 Mobile and PC by clicking this Microsoft Store link. Do let us know if you find any other new feature not mentioned above, in the comments below.

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