- Aug 17, 2014
Microsoft’s OneNote desktop app is now available to download from the Microsoft Store. Since last year, Microsoft has been working to bring the features of its OneNote UWP app to the Win32 version, which the company now refers to as “OneNote from Microsoft 365.” Bringing this app to the Microsoft Store is the conclusion of Microsoft’s effort to consolidate its two OneNote apps.
The OneNote desktop app continues to be included in the Office installer for Windows, and it’s also available to download for free from Microsoft’s website. But now that the app is available on the Microsoft Store as well, Microsoft says that the UWP version of OneNote will no longer be updated.
“It will continue to work, but it will not get new feature updates and will reach end-of-support in October 2025,” the OneNote team explained. We recommend you switch over to the OneNote app as soon as you’re comfortable doing so. As we get closer to the end of support date, you will see reminders to try out the OneNote app.”
Microsoft’s OneNote desktop app is now available on the Microsoft Store, where it will coexist with OneNote for Windows 10 until the latter reaches end of support.