The company is looking to use a more divisionally-collaborative approach to the way it designs software and hardware going forward.
Microsoft has created new icons for its core Office apps like Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote, and Outlook, but the redesign also englobes Office 365 apps like SharePoint and Microsoft Teams, as well as “prosumer” apps like Skype.
Microsoft will add a built-in To-do feature to Word on Windows, Mac and the web, and this AI-powered feature will be able to automatically create placeholders in Word documents, and also keep track of all of them.
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Microsoft’s Surface Event has turned into a something bigger than just a new hardware presentation, with the company announcing several updates for its productivity apps.
Office 2019, the new perpetual version of Office for Windows and Mac is now available for customers who are not ready yet to move to Office 365.
Artificial intelligence was a big topic during Microsoft’s main Ignite 2018 keynote this morning, and the company unveiled a new AI-powered Ideas feature in Office that will provide you intelligent suggestions while you’re working on Office documents.
At a time when Macro scrips are being used in Malware, Microsoft has announced that Office 365 client applications now integrate with Antimalware Scan Interface.
Microsoft has now backtracked on their original promises and will be extending the support cycle for businesses running Office, Windows 7, and Windows 10.
According to a report from Reuters, Israel has been scared off by Microsoft’s subscription deals and won’t renew their Office licensing agreements
The addition of the App Launcher should make it easier for users to switch out to other Office 365 experiences like Outlook or OneDrive.
Microsoft today highlighted some upcoming changes for the Office 365 user experience. The changes are inspired by a “new culture of work” and will bring fluent design, a simplified ribbon, and many other big changes to the Office 365 experience.
This first preview release of Office 2019 includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, Access, Project, Visio and OneNote, and all these apps will only run on Windows 10.