Outlook on Desktop

by Michaelscrivo

A email, contacts list and calendar option all in once place

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Michaelscrivo

Release: Outlook on Desktop 4.0.152

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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Outlook for Windows desktop is an application that will allow you to access your Outlook email, contacts, calendar, and so much more. Its a great business application allowing for full integration within a company. Outlook can help you upload documents on your one drive to share with colleagues. It will keep a list of all company contacts so you can easily email documents and set up meetings without having to pick up the phone and call someone. Setting up meetings is particularly easy - you pick a date and time and send out an invitation to those colleagues that need to attend. They will get an email invite that they have to confirm, and the meeting is automatically placed on their calendar once they confirm the date and time. Outlook also allows users to share calendars, so it makes it easy to be able to pick a meeting time that is available for all participants. 

Outlook is a very secure piece of software. A lot of emails that you get are identified as junk right away and goes to your junk mailbox. This means that you don't have to spend time each day trying to weed out things that are spam, or just don't apply to you. Once a week, you can go in and look at the junk mail and delete everything. Outlook also has varying levels of authentification, making it harder for people to hack into it, keeping your confidential communications safe. 

The calendar feature is extremely helpful. You can add your own events to it (doctors appointments, dinner dates, anniversaries, etc.) as well as meetings and events for the company. The calendar will also give you warnings about when something is coming up and will pop up a box on your screen and say "5 minutes till this meeting". That's really helpful when you have been engrossed in something, and time gets away from you. It's also really helpful for remembering you need to do something, but that item doesn't need to be completed for a week or more. You can place a reminder appointment on the calendar, so you continually see it there, and don't forget you need to accomplish the task.

Working efficiently with all your information in one place via office integration

  • Allows for ease of communicating with colleagues by allowing syncing of calendars
  • Can link into one drive so documents can be uploaded right into the email
  • Safe and secure - you know your confidential information is being kept safe 
  • Stores all your contact information in one place making it easier to send out information
  • Helps keep your life in order with its calendar - anything from meetings to when to pay bills can be put on your calendar

Has applications for Mac computers, windows computers, an online application and a mobile application.

I have Windows 10 and it was so easy to add Outlook on Desktop for Windows to my computer. I already have Microsoft Office installed and all I needed to do with a few clicks to add it to my desktop. Find the start menu, click on All Apps. Locate Microsoft Office in the list and click to add it. It's really that simple. My life just got easier.
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