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Microsoft Office 2016 for Windows will be available on September 22nd

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 10 Sep 2015 22:21 User comments (1)

Microsoft Office 2016 for Windows will be available on September 22nd Even though the date was leaked over a month ago, we now have official recognition from Microsoft.
Microsoft says the new Office suite will be "broadly available" on September 22nd, following months of testing by private beta testers, developers and IT professionals.

Of note, Office 2016 adds collaborative co-editing in the cloud (just like Office Online users have had), and will generally make syncing to the cloud easier.

While the new announcement does not include Mac availability, the 2016 version has been available as part of Office 365 since July. Microsoft did note at the time that a standalone version would be available in the future.

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110.9.2015 22:31

More notably...this release was specifically shown to be NO DIFFERENT than the 2013 version. A couple bullshit collaborative features, and I mean a "couple" at best.

Stick with 2013

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