Microsoft has updated a few of its Windows 10 apps today, bringing new versions Mail and Calendar, OneNote, and Microsoft Solitaire Collection. Unfortunately, there's not much new to report with these updates. The most notable change is for OneNote, which has picked up the ability to change font size (pictured below) on both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. If nothing else, this should be a nice quality-of-life improvement.
Overall, these seem to be relatively minor updates. However, if you'd like to go ahead and grab them, you can hit up the Windows Store links below to get started. If you happen to notice anything new or notable that we missed, be sure to shout it out in the comments below.
- Download OneNote from the Windows Store
- Download Mail and Calendar from the Windows Store
- Download Microsoft Solitaire Collection from the Windows Store
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