OneNote for Windows 10 updated for Insiders with a major bug fix, significant new features

Kit McDonald

OneNote UWP

Microsoft has fixed a major bug in its OneNote app on Windows 10 devices today. The issue affecting scrolling with high-DPI displays and multiple monitor setups is already fixed for Windows Insiders (via Neowin).

Of course, that’s not all the tech giant slipped into the update. Windows Insiders are also getting printing improvements including the big addition of being able to print out full sections or notebooks instead of just one page at a time. As a note, PDF printouts are supposed to have higher quality as well.

But for those that use OneNote on the go, they might be more interested in the setting to capitalize every first word in a sentence. Not only will it be faster, for some, to type out their notes, but they’ll be more grammatically correct. And that’s something to value!

For now, the build is only available in the Fast ring.