The latest Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 10049 just released last week, and there’s already a leaked updated Build 10051 that shows a few new features, namely a first look at two new universal apps – Mail and Calendar. These two apps appear to be based on the beta touch versions of the Outlook Mail and Calendar Microsoft Office apps.
The major addition however is the ability to link your Google Calendar in the Calendar app – something that is missing in Windows 8.1, and is sure to please Gmail and Google Apps users wanting to use the Windows Calendar app to view and update their Google Calendars.
Project Spartan – Microsoft’s new browser which will be replacing Internet Explorer – has also added an option to open the current web page in IE. A new app placeholder has been added as well. Labelled Microsoft Family, the app opens and displays the old Windows Live icon but doesn’t do anything else. It’ll be interesting to see just what the Microsoft Family app will contain.
Check out some of the new features in the video below:
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Last Updated on November 27, 2018.