Near the end of this year, the Mail and Calendar apps within Windows 10 could be phased out for a new, web-centric version of Outlook—which could gobble up the traditional Outlook app as well, at a later date.

According to a report by Windows Central, the new “Project Monarch” client could  consolidate the numerous Outlook apps. A version of the app has even leaked online, though it requires an internal Microsoft account to access. It’s part of what Microsoft calls its “One Outlook” vision.

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Near the end of this year, the Mail and Calendar apps within Windows 10 could be phased out for a new, web-centric version of Outlook—which could gobble up the traditional Outlook app as well, at a later date.According to a report by Windows Central, the new “Project Monarch” client could  consolidate the numerous Outlook apps. A version of the app has even leaked online, though it requires an internal Microsoft account to access. It’s part of what Microsoft calls its “One Outlook” vision.To read this article in full, please click hereRead MorePCWorld

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