According to a leaked memo, the Windows version of Microsoft Office 2016 will be launching on September 22.
Microsoft is reportedly testing the final release candidate build of Office suite 2016 for Windows, and is going to be launching it on September 22, or at least that is what a leaked memo states.
The company will initially launch only Home and Professional version of Microsoft Office 2016 for Windows with the Enterprise version coming soon after.
According to WinFuture.de, which claims to have gotten access to an internal memo of the company, the company has also decided its pricing strategy that is quite similar to that of Office suite 2013.
Rumors are Office 2016 for Windows will follow the look and feel of its Mac equivalent, which was released in July. There are several major changes expected in the upcoming version of Office, the most significant of which are:
- Real-time co-authoring feature
- Bright and dark colored themes
- Improvements in Outlook search
- “Tell Me” personal assistant
- Automatic rotation feature for image insertion in Word 2016 and Excel 2016
An official word on the release date of Office 2016 for Windows is yet to come from Microsoft.
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