On the desktop, Outlook in Office 2016 IT Pro and Developer Preview is connected to the cloud, innovates the way attachments are detected and used, integrates with machine learning to ruin incoming mail, and seems updated.
Outlook Mail and Calendar in Windows 10 offers advanced creation features, improved touch support with new sliding gestures for sorting incoming mail, and pinching to extend the calendar; It also works with a larger list of email services and protocols. Outlook Mail and Calendar are part of recent versions of Windows 10 Technical Preview.
Outlook for iOS and Outlook for Android allows you to perform many of the tasks you may have previously reserved for Outlook on your Mac PC. From focused inbox and quick selection of emails, to access cloud storage space and your calendar, Outlook Mobile helps you do more and constantly evolves with new features.
The following are the steps to set up Outlook in windows 10.
- Open Outlook ( Hotmail )
- Enter a Profile Name for the new profile you are about to create (for example, your email address) and click on OK
- Enter your email address and click Connect
- Outlook will try to connect to your inbox and enter your email password
- Click OK
- Click OK when the configuration is complete and after a short pause while synchronization.
- synchronizing email and calendar, you should see your inbox and its contents:
How can I get Outlook on my Windows 10 computer?
To add an Outlook shortcut from the desktop, Microsoft Office must already be installed on your computer.
- Scroll down to M in the menu and select the arrow next to Microsoft Office. Right-click on Outlook.
- Set up mail in Windows 10:
If you have already configured the default Windows Mail application on a Windows 8.x PC, it will be over as soon as you connect the PC with your Windows account. I found this one of the best things about modern Windows: setting synchronization includes full email credentials. This is not something you can also say for the Apple ecosystem. If I log into my Apple account on a Mac and then an iPhone, I still need to set up my email accounts separately on each device. Not so with Windows 10: everything works and that’s it.
If you need to set up your email account for the first time, the Mail client is compatible with all standard mail systems, including (of course) Outlook.com, Exchange, Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, iCloud, and any POP or IMAP accounts you may have. (POP is not an option with the Windows 8.1 mail client, which requires the main IMAP). Simply enter your address and password for any type of account and Mail will solve the required server configuration. A big advantage of using the email client instead of just the email web browser version is that new messages will appear in the notification center of the Task Center, from which you can reply.