You’re about to send a mail somewhere in Windows. You notice that it keeps on opening different email programs. It feels a little bit weird because you obviously want to use Outlook as the default. To save time from opening non-Outlook email programs whenever you want to send an email, it’s best to make sure Outlook is set as your systems default email program.
Let’s go set Outlook as default:
- Open Control Panel and search for the option Default Programs.
- Select Set Default Programs.
- Select Microsoft Outlook from the list of programs and click Set this program as default.
Microsoft Outlook will now be set as default email program on your PC.