Windows 10 Mail to Gmail Support,

0 Comments We welcome you back to our summary window (10) of news that continues the trend of our weekly “Recap Windows 10” series in our weekly look at key articles from Microsoft’s flagship operating system last week. Blog: A centralized inbox that uses your Gmail account for mail and calendar on Windows 10

The built-in Windows 10 mail and calendar application adds an additional feature for Gmail account holders. Current Gmail users for the Windows Insider program can now use Inbox search-centric inboxes to track packages and enhance travel as well.

The minimum specification for Windows 10 “Cloudbook” has been escaped.

Microsoft is working with Google Chromebook competitors for the time being, known as Windows 10 Cloudbook. Now, the Windows 10 specification has been leaked to prove that the new device is slower than the minimum of Google’s equivalent.

The Dropbox UWP application gets a redesign of Project Neon on Windows 10.

Through the design of Project Neon, designed through applications such as Groove Music, Dropbox has introduced a new design language for UWP applications.

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Redstone 3 arrives in September. Microsoft is dedicated to Windows 10, and Office is released twice a year.

Microsoft announced that Redstone 3, the next generation of Windows 10, will be available in September. In addition to this, the company is committed to two major releases of Windows 10, the annual office, arriving in January and September each year in succession.

These are the main news of Windows 10 this week. We will be back more next week!