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Microsoft to Bundle Office With Windows 10 Smartphones, Mini Tablets


Microsoft has planned to include the Office apps with its upcoming smartphones as well as mini-tablets with Windows 10 operating system. This would be a greater move done by Microsoft to enhance the revenue of the company.microsoft-office-2016

The operating system is especially designed to bring down various experiences for the users and also provides consistent experience for the users with wide ranges of devices.  Not only for the desktop versions, but also new operating system meant to design for various devices from pocket-sized device to massive displayed one.

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Julia White, general manager of Microsoft Office Product Management mentioned in her official blog post as,

“These new Office apps will be preinstalled for free on phones and small tablets running Windows 10, and available to download from the Windows Store for other devices. The Office universal apps will be available with the Windows 10 Technical Preview in the coming weeks, and general availability is on track for later this year.”

White mentioned that the new insight feature of the device will bring down read mode for the users and other additional online resources such as images, online references and so on. In the meanwhile, Microsoft Outlook will helps you to gain richer authoring capabilities and also comes with bundles of new version for managing the inbox. By using new touch gesture controls, one can easily read, sort and flag the emails in your account.

Microsoft has also planned to release the next version of Office for desktop termed as Office 2016 and stay tuned with our blog for more upcoming updates regarding Office 2016.

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