At the BUILD conference, Microsoft announced the public preview of Office 2016, the next version of the popular and widely used office productivity suite. If you are interested in trying this new version right now, there is a public preview available officially.
Along with Windows 10, Microsoft is also actively developing the next version of its Office suite, which will get version 16 and is likely to be named Office 2016. While many users are trying new builds of Windows 10 available through the Windows Insider program for everyone, not many are aware that they can also try Microsoft Office 16 Preview. Here are the steps you need to do to obtain your copy of Microsoft Office 16 Preview.
Microsoft Office 2013 has a close integration with Microsoft services and if you use a Microsoft Account on Windows 8/8.1, it automatically signs in to it without asking you. Once you are signed in, Office 365 and OneDrive cloud features are enabled in the product.
If you do not want cloud services integration in Office 2013, you might want to know how to disable the automatic sign in it performs. In this article, we will look at how to disable it with a simple registry tweak.
Ever since Microsoft introduced product activation in Office XP, there has been a need to back up the activation so you can restore it later should you need to format your disk drive and reinstall Windows and Office again on the same hardware. Unfortunately, it's not easy to do this manually although not impossible. Plus, with some Office releases, Microsoft has made some changes to the licensing and activation technology to thwart piracy. Let us see how to backup your Office activation. This is perfectly legal as long as you have a valid activated license.