How to Microsoft Outlook automatic updates, and install the latest version on your computer

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Microsoft Outlook is a software of Microsoft’s personal data manager available in the Microsoft Office suite. While Outlook primarily contains an email client, it also has a calendar, task management, contact management, note-taking, journal tracking, and Web surfing.

Microsoft frequently makes updates to its different Office apps, including Outlook. These updates are automatically installed by default, so you don’t have to do this manually. However, sometimes automatic updates are deactivated or certain updates are not installed. The Office Account Settings you can enable or disable automatic updates on your PC. Sometimes we are unable to received the notification from Outlook at that time must have to check the Outlook updates available on your PC and install manually the latest version of Outlook software.

Here’s we’ll share with you guide on how to turn on automatic updates for Outlook

How to turn on automatic updates for Outlook

1.Microsoft Outlook and click on the File.

2. Click on the Update Options.

3. If automatic updates are disabled, you’ll have the option to Enable updates in the drop-down menu.

4. Click on the Enable updates. Updates are now automatic.

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How to Manually update Outlook manually

1. To manually update Outlook, you can check and install any updates available from Microsoft online.

2. Go to your Microsoft Outlook and click on the File.

3. Next to the navigation panel, click Office Account.

4. Click on the Update Options.

5. Click Update Now.

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Update old to the latest version of Outlook

If you don’t know you’re using old version of office then you can check update from different location as we mention below.

1. Click on the File and then click on the Help.

2. select Check for Updates.

3. If there is an update available, you’ll have the open to install it.

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