At this very moment in time, if you are a fan of making big savings on popular software purchases, then you can pick up copies of both Windows 10 Pro and Office 2016 with a very impressive discount applied. If you take note of our special discount code then you can unlock some stunning discounts that will keep your hard-earned money in your pocket.
If you are still running your precious Windows 7 on your beloved laptop or desktop, then Microsoft has likely spoiled the party for you with its announcement that an upgrade away from Windows 7 is "essential."
Excellent news for those who need to use Office apps on their Mac, with Apple announcing that Microsoft has made Office 365 available from the Mac App Store for the first time.
Microsoft Office apps now support macOS Mojave's Dark Mode, including a host of new features as well. Here are all the details, and the complete changelog.
Microsoft Office for Mac apps are currently being tested with MacBook Pro Touch Bar support. Here's you can try it now.
Microsoft has released Office Mobile apps - Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote - to download for Windows 10 running on tablets and small screen PCs. Here's how to download them!
It did take a while for Microsoft to come through with Office for iPad, but with the latest update to the Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps, they're now much more competent than ever before. After the fallout with Windows 8, the software maker has built up a favorable reputation for actually listening to the concerns of consumers, and having taken on board the numerous critiques of the Office apps for iPad, has delivered quite a significant bump to each, pushing the version numbers up to 1.1 in the process.
Microsoft has been working very hard to boost consumer interest in its Office suite, offering a series of deals and promotions over the past couple of months. In the latest, the software maker will be offering full on Office 365 access in a new 'Personal' package that allows customers to activate the service on one PC or Mac, and one tablet, for just $69 per year. Full details can be found right after the leap.
Google's purchase of Quickoffice back in June last year raised more than a few eyebrows, but while the search giant has been somewhat busy with other projects over the past twelve or so months, today's announcement that Quickoffice will be free for both iOS and Android users will be music to ears of those looking to be productive on-the-fly. In a year that has seen Microsoft expand its own Office suite to iOS and Android, the Big G has now offering the Quickoffice service completely free, meaning consumers can actually edit Microsoft Office documents without having to pony up any money.
The release of the Apple iPad in April 2010 brought about a major change in the way consumers went about their computing business. We started off with personal computers, laptops and netbooks. We even had personal digital assistants which came with a big ugly stylus and made us look like a bit of a snob when using them in public. All of these came with distinct advantages, but none of them quite fulfilled the need of people who wanted to do a bit of everything on the go.