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Yahoo Mail App Released For Windows 10 Devices

Yahoo Mail for Windows 10 is now available for download it supports desktop and lock screen notifications, dynamic Live Tile in the Start menu and more. This is not a native app, instead it is a web wrapper for Yahoo web mail.
  • Get real-time notifications so you never miss a message.
  • View the Live Tile in the Start menu for a quick status on your inbox.
  • See the number of new messages on your lock screen.
  • Organize your mail with folders, Smart Views, and various options to sort your message list.
  • Import contacts from Facebook, Gmail, Outlook or AOL to make it easy to connect to the people you care about.
  • Multitask in your inbox with Tabs: compose, search and read messages all at once, without opening new windows.
  • Send beautiful emails with Yahoo Mail Stationery, designed by Paperless Post.
  • Find the message, document or photo you’re looking for with Yahoo Mail’s best in class search feature.
  • Personalize your inbox with over 20+ vibrant themes to choose from.
Download the app here from Windows Store.

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Microsoft is planning to release Windows 10 on July 29th. So they have to hand over the RTM build of Windows 10 as soon as possible to their partners for testing before the release. According to several reports that emerged online, Microsoft is planning to sign-off Windows 10 RTM later this week. Wzor also posted a screenshot of Calendar app showing RTM Sign-off date as July 9th. Also, Microsoft is testing Windows 10 Build 10176 from the th1 branch as the first Release Candidate build.
For Windows Insiders, Windows 10 RTM will not make that much difference from their current build apart from improved stability of the overall performance and bug fixes. Microsoft is planning to release new builds with many new features even after Windows 10’s release on July 29th.


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It’s an exciting time for Skype for Business as they deliver communication-powered productivity in Office. In the last few months, they've delivered the Skype for Business client for Windows, the new Skype for Business Server, and Skype for Business Online in Office 365. And just last week, they announced previews of new meetings and voice capabilities in Office 365 through the Skype for Business Preview Program.
Today they announced the availability of the Skype for Business app for Windows Phone.

What’s new - intuitive interface, more emoticons, improved server communications

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If you are familiar with the Lync app for Windows Phone, you’ll notice a number of enhancements in the new app. The most noticeable differences right off the bat are the Skype for Business brand and UI, which is intuitive and familiar if you happen to use Skype in your personal communications. They've also revamped emoticons, which now offers over 100 emoticons to land your message visually.
They have improved how the app and the server handle conversation notifications. Once you’re notified of a new conversation on your phone, the other clients you have logged in won’t be able to grab the conversation and prevent you from responding on your phone.
They have also enhanced security with at-rest data encryption, so your conversation history and voicemail is encrypted by default.
And your most recent conversations are now synchronized across devices whether they took place on your PC, tablet or phone, as long as you’re running the latest server software. We’re working hard to enable that for Office 365 users as well, so stay tuned for more news to come.

How you can upgrade today

Most people who have the Lync 2013 app on their Windows Phone will be automatically updated to the new Skype for Business app, but here are the particulars depending on which version of Windows Phone you use:
  • If you have a Windows Phone 8.1 and higher but do not have the Lync 2013 app, you can download the new Skype for Business app in the Windows Store.
  • If you have Windows Phone 8.1 and higher and currently have the Lync 2013 mobile app, the new Skype for Business app will replace your existing app and tile automatically.
  • If you have Windows Phone 8.0, you will continue to use Lync 2013 or Lync 2010, which remains compatible even if your organization is running the new Skype for Business Server.
Posted by Skype for Business Team, on July 6, 2015

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