Microsoft Office 2019 to replace OneNote Desktop App with Windows 10 Version

Microsoft logoMicrosoft Office 2019 will give up on the desktop version of OneNote for the Windows 10 version, and the software giant is making the latter the new default in the productivity suite.

This means users who purchase Office 2019 and Office 365 subscribers would no longer be offered the desktop version of OneNote, but the Microsoft Store version.

OneNote for Windows 10 has received substantial improvements lately, and Microsoft says this is the reason why it makes sense to bundle it into the upcoming version of the Office suite.

OneNote 2016 for desktop would no get new features, but support will continue to be offered and the app will still be available optionally for anyone with Office 2019 or Office 365. Support will be offered, however, and as part of the extended support period, OneNote 2016 will get security patches until October 2025.

OneNote для Windows 10

Microsoft Office 2019 will give up on the desktop version of OneNote for the Windows 10 version, and the software giant is making the latter the new default in the productivity suite.

This means users who purchase Office 2019 and Office 365 subscribers would no longer be offered the desktop version of OneNote, but the Microsoft Store version.

OneNote for Windows 10 has received substantial improvements lately, and Microsoft says this is the reason why it makes sense to bundle it into the upcoming version of the Office suite.

OneNote 2016 for desktop would no get new features, but support will continue to be offered and the app will still be available optionally for anyone with Office 2019 or Office 365. Support will be offered, however, and as part of the extended support period, OneNote 2016 will get security patches until October 2025.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: Microsoft, Microsoft Office

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