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And if you want to check out third party options, we recommend taking a look at e M Client, Mailbird, and Thunderbird.
All three are free—or have free versions—and have been around long enough to develop full feature sets.
If you’re hankering for something a little more modern, the Photos app built into Windows 8 and 10 is not a bad choice.
The app hadn’t really been updated in years anyway, so the end of support likely won’t matter much to anybody.Microsoft will end support for the Windows Essentials 2012 suite on January 10, 2017.If you use any of the suite’s component apps—Movie Maker, Photo Gallery, One Drive, Family Safety, Mail, or Live Writer—here’s what you need to know.Windows Essentials 2012 has been a popular suite of apps since its release, and a surprising number of people still use some of those component apps today.On January 10, 2017, Microsoft will end official support for the suite.
For a bit more power and easy sharing ability, you might also want to check out online offerings like Google Photos, Prime Photos (for Amazon Prime users), and Flickr.