It appears that Microsoft has tested ads in the Mail app for Windows 10, but the project quickly slowed down after the media learned about it.
The ads were recently noticed by an Italian blog, Aggiornamenti Lumia, which states that Microsoft has tested the feature in a preview version available for Windows Insiders. To lose the ads, you would have to pay for an Office 365 subscription.
̵1; Aggiornamenti Lumia (@ALumia_Italia) November 16, 2018
The personalized ads originally came from Microsoft and they are displayed If you have used the Mail app to open non-working email accounts such as Microsoft's Outook.com and third-party providers such as Google's Gmail or Yahoo Mail.
However, Microsoft quickly stopped testing as the media began reporting it. "This was an experimental feature that was never intended for a broad test and was disabled," Microsoft Communications Director Frank Shaw tweeted on Friday .
The company also pulled out the official support document explaining Microsoft's decision to test the ads in the Mail app. Before it was taken down, the document said that Microsoft had tested the ads for users based in Brazil, Canada, Australia, and India.
"Consistent with consumer e-mail applications and services such as Outlook.com, Gmail, and Yahoo Mail" We have the ability to provide, support, and improve some of our products, "Microsoft said in the document. 19659010] The ads appeared in the Other view when you accessed your mail inbox, except for users running Windows Enterprise or Windows 10 Education.
Microsoft did not comment on the ads but the feature was tested for some time, MSPoweruser received a screenshot in July with an AncestryDNA ad running in the mail app.
Ads in online email services are common in the industry However, Microsoft has not introduced more displays or so-called "suggestions" in the Windows 10 user interface i-Explorer, even if you have paid for a Windows 10 installation. If you want to disable these suggestions, this guide may be helpful.