At the moment, Mail is not available for direct download on a computer. However, you can use emulators to run it on PC. The downside is that using Mail with an emulator might slow down your computer's performance.
Learn how to use Mail on your computer in these 5 simple steps:
Access, view and manage mail from all your email accounts in one place. Create professional-looking email messages on the go with desktop-class text formatting tools. Add images, scan documents, create sketches and attach files using the handy Format Bar. Catch up on email with more peace of mind with the new Mail Privacy Protection, which prevents email senders from learning information about your Mail activity. Features • Access email from iCloud, Gmail, Exchange, Yahoo and Outlook, as well as many other email providers — all in one place. • View all your accounts in a single inbox, choose a specific mailbox, or filter to see just Unread or Flagged messages. • Find messages by sender, recipient or subject. Top Hits make it easy to find what you’re looking for. • Manage your inbox by blocking a sender or muting notifications from an overly active thread. • Flag important contacts as VIPs to receive notifications when their email messages arrive. • Triage email messages using swipe gestures that help you quickly archive, delete or flag messages, or mark them as read or unread. • Add images, scan documents, create sketches, attach files and access text formatting tools from the handy Format Bar. • Format font style, size and colour; strikethrough and alignment; numbered and bulleted lists; and indent and outdent with new desktop-class formatting tools. • Use Markup to add drawings, comments or a signature to photos and documents. • Use Mail Drop to send large attachments from any account through iCloud. • Use Mail Privacy Protection to hide your IP address so senders can’t link it to your other online activity or determine your location, and prevent senders from seeing if you’ve opened their email.