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A few days ago, Microsoft has updated Mail and Calendar App in Windows 10 for testers in the Fast Ring (Build 104342 for PC and Build 104332 for mobile), but users complained about some missing account issues – email accounts were no longer found in the app, when starting it after installing the update. Microsoft has fixed this issue and others in update with the version 17.6965.40521.0.

Some users has complained that after installing Build 104332 on its Lumia 950, his accounts were missing from the update, but he restarted his phone and regained access to his accounts, but other users didn’t have his luck.



Then, the news that Microsoft has posted a new update to users in the Fast Ring on the Windows Store has spread quickly on Twitter and reports confirmed that version 17.6965.40521.0 was released and fixed crashing issues related to missing components like e-mails and calendar entries. After installing it, many users posted on Twitter that Outlook Mail and Calendar app are fully functional and they were happy that Microsoft has reacted within 24 hours and implemented a fix.

Luckily, this was only an insider update and the bug was fixed before the update was rolled out to the rest of users. It is known that Fast Ring updates are unpredictable and full of bugs and when users report them, Microsoft makes sure that they are fixed before the update reaches millions of users.

We remind you that in a few months, Microsoft will release Windows 10 Anniversary Update, but until then, users will be testing out builds with new features and other improvements. In the last build was improved the Edge browser, after the option to use extensions was enabled in the previous preview.

However, they were difficult to install, because users needed to follow some complicated steps (to download the file, run it, select the place where they wanted to install it, go to the folder where the file was downloaded, select the file and read the Readme.txt file in Notepad), so, Microsoft has simplified the process. Now, users will just click the “More” menu from the upper-right corner of Edge, click “Get extensions from the Store”, then “Download extensions” from the pages that appears and finally, click on “Open in Store” from below the extension.

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