Windows 10's Mail and Calendar app gets a slew of penalization options including Dark theme. Supports Office 365, Exchange, Outlook.com, Gmail, Yahoo! accounts.
Microsoft has now rolled out a major update to its Mail and Calendar app for both Windows 10 PCs and phones, which is now available to Windows Insiders only (right now). The new version brings a plethora of changes that include the new Dark Theme, additional color options, UI changes and more.
Interested users can enable the new dark theme via ‘Personalization’ settings and select the ‘Dark Theme’ option. The new update also includes other personalization settings allowing users to customize even further by changing wallpapers and applying additional colors.
The new Windows 10 Mail and Calendar app is available via Windows Store, hence in case you do not see the update, just head over to Downloads and update section and get it right away.
Microsoft is still testing its Windows 10 Mobile with new builds, the last one being build 10536 released for Insiders on the Fast ring. As of now, the company has not announced any official launch date for its Windows 10 Mobile, though the company has already sent out media invites for an event scheduled for October 6 in New York.
Meanwhile, Microsoft’s Gabe Aul has also announced that the Windows maker is working on repair options for phones affected by the recent Windows 10 Mobile Preview build. The issue was apparent with the latest Windows 10 Mobile build 10536, which allowed several non-eligible Windows Phone handsets to download and install it. The issue was narrowed down to ‘detectoids’ that are meant to identify non-supported devices, which, unfortunately, broke many handsets.
“We’re working on repair options for the devices that were not supported but got the latest build,” Aul tweeted. “This is a high priority for us to solve and have a team dedicated to it. We will let you know as soon as we have info on recovery.”