Microsoft Office 2010 has been around from June last year and I’ve been seeing mostly positive opinions from people using it. Although, it didn’t bring anything ground breaking, it’s faster than Office 2007 and sports a good looking Interface. It’s now time for the first service pack!
The service pack was announced on Tuesday and as always, it will take a 2-3 months to arrive as an automatic update for end users. If you’d like to start using it right now, grab it via a manual download from Microsoft’s Download Centre (32-bit / 64-bit).
This release comes with a lot of bug-fixes and an aggregation of earlier updates and patches. One of the most important feature is added support for Office 365 from Outlook 2010. It also adds official support to run its web apps on Chrome and IE9. Here’s the entire list of changes.
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