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Microsoft's first reference app, Journal, graduates from a garage project to a fully supported processor

Microsoft’s first reference app, Journal, graduates from a garage project to a fully supported processor

Microsoft announced Tuesday that it has upgraded the Garage Project Journal, a note processor designed for pen and pens, to a full product now known as Microsoft Journal.

This wizard “provides a free and delightful personal reference experience that allows you to take notes and reasons through Inc.” Renee Malone of Microsoft said. In a blog post. This app allows you to write and draw like many bookmark apps, but it also supports gestures like scratching words to erase words and surrounding words or phrases to choose. According to Malone, you can use the app to mark up PDF files, which is a common occurrence; The pie chart in his letter shows that 59 percent of all page types in the magazine are PDFs.

Screenshot from Microsoft Journal.
Photo: Microsoft

Garage is Microsoft’s trademark for its highly tested products. As a fully supported product, Oz Solomon, Senior Director of Engineering for Magazine Group, said in a blog post, “The company plans to address the backlog of the most popular requests and new features.”

If you want to get an idea of ​​what to expect from Microsoft Journal, take a look this video Since the app was first announced In February 2021. If you want to try the app yourself, you can download it for free from the Microsoft Store. It is compatible with both Windows 10 and Windows 11 devices.