Microsoft’s fantastic OneNote integration starts with a single app on the Windows Store

OneNote for Windows 10
OneNote for Windows 10

Microsoft is planning to merge its OneNote and OneNote for Windows 10 applications into a single app. After a year of updates, just the OneNote app is available in the Windows Store.

Over the last year, Microsoft has been consolidating its OneNote and OneNote for Windows 10 apps into a single program, and there is now only one version of it available in the Windows Store. The big OneNote merging, as I like to call it, has seen certain functionality from the UWP OneNote for Windows 10 app make their way into the original OneNote desktop client, as well as an aesthetic makeover.

Moving ahead, Microsoft wants to ensure that you get the proper version of OneNote. In a blog post, the OneNote team states that “OneNote for Windows 10 will no longer be available in the Microsoft Store.” “It will continue to function, but it will no longer get new feature upgrades and will reach end-of-life in October 2025.” If you need to download the OneNote UWP version to a new device, you can use the direct store link as a workaround.

However, this entire OneNote software does not seem as light and touch-friendly as the Windows 10 OneNote version. That’s a pity, because the previous version was one of Microsoft’s best Universal Windows Platform applications, even though the firm has essentially abandoned its Universal Windows Platform app idea.

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Neelum Malik is an Editor at Bestkoditips experiencing SEO strategies and knowledge about online educational platforms. Prior to her work as an Editor, Neelum worked in IT across a number of industries, including banking, retail, and software.

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