If you are looking to build a new PC and require acquiring genuine Windows 10 or Office license, now is the time to get it.
A new Transcribe feature in Microsoft Word takes audio, and turns it into text. Here is everything you need to know about this.
Microsoft is updating its Excel mobile apps for iOS and Android to allow users to take photos of tables and then import them into a spreadsheet.
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.
Apple has confirmed that that iOS 11.0.1 fixes the Cannot Send Mail error when using Outlook, Exchange, and Office 365 on an iOS 11-powered iPhone or iPad.
The mobile community has waited a long time for Microsoft Office to finally begin supporting devices other than the Redmond's own range, and today, the launch of the famed productivity suite on Android begins. Although there's not yet any support for Android tablets, the smartphone community on Google's mobile OS can today enjoy Office on their handsets, provided they're running Ice Cream Sandwich or higher. Details after the break.
Microsoft is well known for throwing out deals to entice users into long-term adoption of its flagship products, so it should come as no surprise to see the Redmond outfit use a free Xbox LIVE subscription as leverage for those signing up to Office 365. The productivity suite has been the subject of heavy promotion of late, and if you were tempted to subscribe to Office 365, you now have twelve more reasons to go ahead and take advantage.
Redmond-based Microsoft is today launching its Office 2013 and new Office 365 subscriptions, bringing an end to the speculation of exactly when the new Office was going to land. Having taken to Twitter yesterday to tease an event in Bryant Park, NYC occurring today, a banner plastered across the Office website, which read: "Coming January 29th. More time to do the things you want," left us in no doubt. The big launch is a significant date in the Windows maker's calendar, especially with the Surface Pro just around the corner, it also spells the beginning of the end of the preview grace period, which will expire 60 days from now.