Office 2010

Are You Still Stuck With Windows XP And Office 2003?

As the world shifted from 20th to the 21st century, just a year ahead, Microsoft launched its Windows XP version in 2001 worldwide. Really, that was the time for traditional PC devices, but thereafter, trend moved to laptop, and...

400 Million of Windows 7 and 100 Million of Office 2010: Microsoft At Cloud Nine

This is the first cut from Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference in Los Angeles. Speaking at WPC, CEO Steve Ballmer has announced that company has sold more than 400 million license copies of Windows 7 since its launch. Adding further...

Microsoft Office 2010 Hits Stores Worldwide

Microsoft Office 2010 hits stores on Tuesday with three versions: Home and Student, Home and Business, and Professional. In stores, the versions will cost $149.99, $279.99, or $499.99 respectively, but by downloading the software and just purchasing a Key Card, the price drops to $119.99, $199.99, and $349.99 respectively.

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