t’s been close to a week given that Microsoft launched To-Do app for Windows 10, iPhone and Android. For the unaware, To-Do is a free job management app from Microsoft.
Microsoft To-Do app is being developed by the group behind Wunderlist which Microsoft obtained back in 2015. Considering that the team behind Wunderlist is developing To-Do, the user interface bears a striking resemblance to Wunderlist app for Windows 10.
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Since the release of Microsoft To-Do app, many PC users have actually reached out to us to know if Microsoft To-Do is offered for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.
Can i set up Microsoft To-Do on Windows 7?
Microsoft To-Do app is currently readily available for Windows 10, iPhone, and Android phones just. The app doesn’t support iPad, Mac, and Android tablets yet. Based on Microsoft, an app for Mac, assistance for iPad and Android tablet assistance will be included soon.
Considering that Windows 7 does not support these modern-day Store apps, Microsoft has to launch a desktop version of To-Do if it wishes to release To-Do desktop customer for Windows 7. Because PC users running Windows 7 are gradually upgrading to Windows 10, Microsoft may not launch a version of To-Do for Windows 7.
Utilizing Microsoft To-Do on Windows 7/8.1.
That said, if you are on Windows 7, you can still use the web variation of Microsoft To-Do. To utilize the web variation on Windows 7 or any other variation of Windows or running system, just visit Microsoft To-Do homepage, and check in with your Microsoft account. The web variation has all the features and choices present in the app.
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Like the app, the web version also supports importing Wunderlist and Todoist lists and tasks to Microsoft To-Do.
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The web version of Microsoft To-Do or any other service for that matter does not give the same level experience of a dedicated app. Because of this, not all users like to use the web version.
If you don’t like to use the web variation of Microsoft To-Do, we suggest you attempt Microsoft owned Wunderlist program to manage your jobs on Windows 7 in the meantime. While Wunderlist is totally free, Microsoft will retire Wunderlist in a few months when all Wunderlist features are readily available on To-Do.
Though Wunderlist has actually removed Wunderlist executable for Windows 7 from its site, you can download the installer from other sources. As you likely understand, Wunderlist is presently one of the popular job management services out there.