Microsoft Updates Voice Recorder, Xbox and Mail and Calendar Apps for Windows 10
Just a few hours back we reported on some fresh updates that Microsoft had released for the Photos, Mail, Calendar, and the Store apps, and now we’re reporting on some fresh other updates released for other core apps.
It seems that Microsoft is busy these days updating its core apps for Windows 10 users. In this story we’re reporting of another cyclical update that’s been released for the Xbox, Mail and Calendar, and Voice Recorder apps.
Unfortunately, as it’s often the case, an official changelog hasn’t been provided, which means it’s our job to spot what’s been changed; so if you happen to have noticed something else we didn’t, go ahead and leave your comment below and let us know.
All three apps, Xbox, Voice Recorder and Mail and Calendar have seen incremental updates, so these are most likely focusing on fixing various bugs, as well as bringing stability improvements.
The Xbox app update weighs in at 51 MB on Windows 10, and a couple of users have been saying they no longer have errors when recording with Xbox DVR.
One Windows 10 user says that the search functionality is back in the Mail app, but this hasn’t been corroborated by others. What seems to have changed for both the Mail and Calendar apps are the new background options.
Many are still complaining about sync problems, but we have one article that could solve some of your problems. What else have you spotted in this current update? Go ahead and leave your feedback below.
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