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Microsoft Gives Pirates a Chance and Wants to Cash in on Them

Dawid Wanat, 09 December 2021, 14:44

Microsoft has an interesting practice to encourage pirates to buy Office licenses. People with an illegal version of the software will get a 50% discount.

Office 2021 Launches; Here's are the Changes

Agnes Adamus, 05 October 2021, 15:15

Microsoft Office 2021 was released today and it brings a lot of changes such as a refreshed look, night mode and support for the ODF 1.3 format.

Excel Causes Problems for Science; Gene Names Need to be Changed

Karol Laska, 06 August 2020, 21:18

Microsoft Excel did not correctly recognize a number of symbols indicating genes and substances. Researchers decided to adapt to the capabilities of the program by changing some of the names.

Microsoft Office for Android - Word, Excel and PowerPoint in One App

Adrian Werner, 18 February 2020, 09:44

Mobile Microsoft Office, an Android app that combines the functionality of Word, Excel and PowerPoint, made its debut on Google Play. Unfortunately, it leaves much to be desired when it comes to working on tablets.

Microsoft Sues Store With Cheap Windows and Office Licence Keys

Laty, 21 October 2019, 16:09

Microsoft has taken legal action against Cologne-based Lizengo, which sells Windows and Office licence keys through gift cards in Edeka, one of the largest supermarket chains in Germany. Prices of the cards have raised suspicions about the origin of the keys.

Not Just Windows 7 - Microsoft Ends Support for Office 2010

Laty, 17 October 2019, 14:04

Each Microsoft product has a specific support cycle during which the company implements new features, fixes errors, and ensures user safety. For Office 2010 this support will end on October 13, 2020.

Microsoft Word Installed on a Billion Android Devices

Barth Faryna, 16 July 2019, 12:38

The mobile version of Microsoft Word, designed for Android devices, has reached another milestone. The application has recently exceeded the threshold of one billion installations.