Microsoft just killed Wunderlist to launch a new To-Do app


Last November, we heard about Microsoft beta testing a to-do app for Windows that it had codenamed Project Cheshire. That project has now come to fruition in the form of a preview version of the imaginatively named To-Do. The new app was built by the folks behind Wunderlist, a powerful and flexible task manager from a Berlin-based startup that Microsoft acquired back in 2015. The company is killing off the older app to make way for this one, and will deprecate its service over time. Unlike its feature-packed predecessor, To-Do keeps things awfully simple. The interface is centered around a…

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