Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Free Outlook App For The Windows RT Tablet Users

Microsoft which has been launched many useful programs in the past, is now on its way to include the Microsoft Outlook email program in tablets that runs on Windows RT. Those who own a Surface tablet of Microsoft will be offered the Outlook 2013 app free.
Ever since the launch of Windows 8 last year, several complaints have been raised by people all over the world. Even though the interface is unique and sleek, people who have got used to the older versions of  Windows, find the new version to be a bit different and less user-friendly. Due to the constant complaints raised by the users, Microsoft is planning to alter the Windows 8 operating system and the inclusion of Outlook in the Windows RT tablets was announced in Taiwan.
Windows 8 that was released last year was based on touch interface so that the operating system could be used by people using both desktops and tablets with touch screen. The main feature in Windows 8 is the tiled UI that appear on the screen and the user is given the opportunity to access every app in the system from the screen. You could also use your keyboard and mouse just like for a normal computer.
The Windows 8 dual format that was introduced last year turned out to be a failure as users got annoyed by it. The Windows RT that was introduced did not have Outlook either and hence the users could not use the Outlook setting for any purpose. The major drawback of Windows RT was that it could only run those applications designed particularly for them and hence it is not possible to install a standalone Outlook in RT as you wish.
Anyway, the major highlight this year is the inclusion of Microsoft Outlook in Windows RT tablets and this would be offered absolutely free! This announcement was made by Tami Reller, the Chief Financial and Marketing Officer of Windows Division as she introduced the new features of Windows 8.1. According to her, “Windows 8.1 furthers the bold vision of Windows 8 by responding to customer feedback and adding new features and functionality that advance the touch experience and mobile computing’s potential.”
You would therefore be able to access the Outlook setting and use your favorite features in Outlook if you have a Windows RT tablet. Hope you found this article useful.

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