Microsoft Outlook is one of the mostly used email client, especially in the corporate environment. Though it is a part of Microsoft Office Suite but it is mainly used as a standalone application to manage the emails, and also to manage other tasks like calendars, contacts, meetings, task manager, web browser, note taking, journal etc
Microsoft has officially declared that they will be releasing an abridged version of Windows operating system which one can use to control and add features in many other devices other than PC, Tablets and smartphones.
Is Microsoft planning to release Windows 9 in April 2015? We have interesting piece of information to share with our readers.
The day Microsoft introduced Office 2013 and Office 365 products, the licensing and transferability mingling is confusing the common users. The questions which arise in the minds of customers before the purchase or during the installing of these software on another PC include:
As the users are getting more and more handheld devices, the companies are also releasing the apps for these devices in order to get the maximum user-base. No doubt, Apple’s iOS and Google’s android OS are two most popular operating systems for smartphones and tablets. Every other person now have one smartphone which he uses on daily basis to check the emails, update the facebook status and to perform other functions for which there is no need of big screens. People also use these device to check the documents, powerpoint slides and excel sheets or edit them when they don’t find PC near around them. Now there is going to be a big relief for all MS Office users having any Android device as Microsoft has just released Office Mobile for Android.
From today’s release of new Official Outlook Web App, it is now clear Microsoft is determined to spread its core business across different devices and platforms. Last month they released the much awaiting Office application for iOS platform. The reviews of Office Mobile 365 were mixed. The negative comments were made mainly due to its limitations – like it was released only for iPhone and it was usable for only those who had Subscription based account.
The popular word game for Windows Phone now lands in the App Store as well. Microsoft releases its first official game for iPhone, iPod Touch and other iOS devices.
Microsoft Surface has a rotation lock hidden in the software. Unlike Apple’s iPad, there is no physical button present on Surface for rotation lock. iPad’s physical button, which is present on its side, can be configured either as a mute/unmute button or as rotation/orientation lock/unlock button. Apart from this physical button iPad also has a rotation lock option hidden under Switcher. As Surface runs on Microsoft’s Windows operating system so the rotation lock is located somewhere else.