Microsoft revealed on early Wednesday that the company will add the new Outlook app to its Windows RT tablet. The decision was made following the nuermous requests coming from customers who expressed their wihs to have the Outlook services on their computers and tablets, PC World reports.
The announcement was made through an official post published on the company’s web blog. According to the software company’s spokesperson, the Outlook app will be added to the Office suite that is installed on Microsoft’s tablets. The new features and functions will be introduced for the first time to the public during a Windows 8.1 presentation held at the Computex show in Taiwan by Tami Reler, the chief marketing officer of Microsoft.
Reller will most likely tell partcipants that Office Home and Student 2013 will be taken out of the box and installed on Windows tablts. Acer Iconia W3 is the first tablet of the smallest category to benefit of the Outlook app. The marketing officer will also disclose some of the new features that have been foresen on the tablet which are mean to leave attendees open-mouthed. The new enhancements are much better than everything that consumers have ever seen before, the company informed.
The declaration that Microsoft made several months ago indicate that the Windows 8.1 will features a tweaked Start menu and a boot-to-Desktop menu. Several business features have also been added; from now on, Windows 8.1 users will be able to quickly print documents and lock down unauthorized aps for the tablet.
Microsoft is convinced that the new Outlook addition will please many customers because they have requested on it numerous occasions. The company ordered a market research from Morgan Stanley company and discovered that more than 61% customers think Microsoft Office is the most important feature on their Windows tablets. Outlook 2013 RT will do its best to deliver high quality services and leave up to its customers’ requests.