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Office 365 Home Premium Edition has been released as the very first full release version of cloud based Office 365. The latest on the front is that five free Bing apps have been released for use with Office 365. The release of these free five apps by Microsoft would enable ease of entering Bing search results into Office 365 documents. These searched results may either be images or other information.
The superlative version of your ever trusted Microsoft Office Desktop application, Office 365 was officially launched in 2011. Office Desktop Setup is an essential application for every computing system and serves innumerable services. The Microsoft Office 365, however is a cloud based package that in available for an affordable monthly fee in Professional and Enterprise Editions.
Want to know how the trip and response has been for Office 2010 Beta since its launch? Well, let’s just say it has experienced one of most successful runs and promises better things once the final version is released and people start purchasing it. Ok here it is, more than 7.5 million copies of the beta version of Office 2010 have been downloaded by the general public. What does that mean? The upcoming version is definitely the Office suite to have.
Guess what Office 2010 did today? It reached the Release to Manufacturing (RTM)milestone. What that means is that the development process has come to an end and Microsoft’s premium suite of Office products are ready for the prime time.
Many people are wondering and pondering over the possibility of Microsoft developing Office for iPad. Bloomberg recently caught up with Stephen Elop, Microsoft’s Business Division President to find an answer to this query. Elop revealed that the Redmondians don’t have any current plans to roll out Office for Apple Tablet.
Businesses and organizations love and use Microsoft’s premium range of Office products to fulfill their daily business needs. Microsoft recognizes this very fact and as a result has decided to roll out their next iteration of Office, Office 2010 for business users in May. 12 May is the date that the interested business users should set their calendars to.
A new year means a new leakage of one of the Microsoft products. This time the focus is on none other than Microsoft’s premium product, Office 2010. A post Beta build of Office 2010 has been leaked and unleashed onto the Internet. The source of this news is none other than Wzor who has earned a reputation of bringing the latest leakage and rumor information. Did I just say rumor? Well, according to Wzor, Microsoft will be rolling out Office 2010 RTM in April. I repeat this is one that belongs to the rumor category.
Microsoft has announced the retail prices of its upcoming Office suite, Office 2010. There are two purchase options that a user can benefit from – you can either go for the product key card or if you wish, you can get the complete boxed product which obviously will include a CD as well. In total, there are four Office 2010 version to choose from.
One of the exciting and interesting features that Office 2007 brought was the ribbon based UI. That feature has been carried onto Office 2010 suite as well. Did you know that you can hide the ribbon if desired. We state the possible ways that can be used to hide ribbon.
Many of you would be enjoying your Thanksgiving holiday. Well we got more good news for you. Microsoft intends to become a part of your holiday season, with your comfort their main priority, which Apple apparently doesn’t care for. To facilitate its consumer base, Microsoft has announced smokingly hot black Friday deals for its consumers. And, it is unique since you don’t need to go to the mall to buy holiday gifts, you can sit at home and purchase gifts directly from Microsoft Store.