Microsoft has officially announced that its new Office desktop suite will be available on 22 September 2015 internationally. Those with licensing agreements can download Office 2016 through the Volume Licensing Service Center from 1 October 2015.
Office 2016 is touch enabled version of Microsoft’s full Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Access, and Publisher. While the mobile versions of Office and the Mac version of Office 2016 have already been released. Office 2016 is an up-gradation of the Office series that comes by Microsoft one after the other.
Office 2016 Expected to Launch on September 22, 2015
Office 2016 is getting support for Data Loss Prevention, Multi-factor Authentication and more. Microsoft provides a cross-platform approach with its new Office software. Office 2016 for Mac was previously released in July, initially to Office 365 subscribers.
Office 2016 is available for both home and professional use. Not only this, it will also be having more features like capability of co-authoring; where multiple users can view and edit the same document simultaneously. Microsoft has developed new features for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook and Translator which are designed to take benefits of developments on Apple’s new iPad Pro, new mobile OS iOS 9, and its Watch software, watchOS 2.
The Tell Me search bar in Office 2016 allows users to type in tasks they are willing to do and a list will of relevant tools will be displayed which will be helpful in accomplishing them. Its very helpful when you are not able to remember tasks.