OneNote for Windows 10 and OneNote 2016 are here to stay, but the codebases will be merging

Found 10 days ago at WinBeta

“The reason were doing this modern merge is to get back to a single codebase and start to deliver these features in the coming year and a half,” Hodes explained yesterday. As of today, the universal OneNote app for Windows 10 is touch optimized and generally better for digital inking, and these unique features will hopefully make their way to OneNote 2016 at some point. Microsoft is also working...

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