Best Email Apps for Windows 10 in 2022

Best email apps for Windows 10
Best email apps for Windows 10

The flow of email headed your way never abates, and you need a robust and easy-to-use Windows 10 app to help you manage it all. The Mail app that comes with Windows 10 is more than enough for a lot of people, but there are hundreds of other email apps vying for your attention. If you've recently moved to a work from home situation, having a proper email app is no doubt more important than ever. To help you decide which is best suited for you, we rounded up a bunch of the best out there that work with Windows 10.

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If you're struggling to handle your flow of email in your current app, any of these options will surely help. As far as free options go, Thunderbird is an outstanding open-source app full of features that many can't leave behind. It's lightweight so it won't bog down your system, it's secure, and it's stocked with the tools needed to get a handle on incoming and outgoing messages.

As for a paid app, Outlook (opens in new tab) has been treating us well for years. It's the app many of us know and love, thanks to wide email service support, calendar and task integration, and many more features that work with you rather than against you.

Considering you can buy Outlook as a separate purchase or as part of an Office 365 subscription, you can get your hands on the full suite of Office software for one basic price that includes 1TB of OneDrive storage. Quite the deal.

Cale Hunt
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