Microsoft Office has been frequently bashed for its security: a huge number of vulnerabilities were found in the suite of Office apps over the years, and many of them were critical. Microsoft is continuously working on improving the security and stability of Office apps and delivers updates for them as frequently as possible. But it seems not all of the vulnerabilities can be fixed right away. A recent report from a security research firm, FireEye, reveals that users may still be attacked with a simple RTF-file opened in Microsoft Word.
An update to prerelease versions of Office 2016 has been released. Office 365 version 16.0.7920.1000 got a new feature - editor pane. Let's see what has changed.
Microsoft has released a new update for Office 2016. The February Insider update for Office 365 is out for Slow ring users. Here is what's new.
Microsoft has pushed out the January 2017 update for Office 2016 on desktop (version 7766.2039) for Office Insiders on the Slow ring. New builds bring some interesting features, including real-time email collaboration for Office 365 users. You'll also be able to use your pen to manipulate objects in documents, which is an additional improvement to the list of what you can do with your pen in Office applications.
The 'Get Office' app is one of the apps that comes preinstalled with Windows 10. But it wasn't very useful for most users as it only showed information about Office 365 features. In the latest Windows Insider build, the app has got an update which Microsoft feels will be more useful. In current builds, the app's branding still remains "Get Office", but it is expected that Microsoft will rename it to "Office Hub".
Microsoft is holding an Office-related event next month, but we got a hint about some of the new features coming to classic Office apps during the recent Surface / Windows 10 event. The company itself wasn't focusing on announcing them and spent more time talking about other stuff, including 3D support in PowerPoint, but we got our first look at the new Inking functionality right after the event, when the official Microsoft Office channel on YouTube uploaded the following video:
A new build of Office 2016 is out for participants of Office 2016 Insider program. The released build got version 16.0.6965.2051 and includes a number of changes. Here is what is new in this update.
A new build of Office 2016 is out. This time it is 16.0.6741.2014. The update is available for participants of the Office Insider program. Here is what is new in this update.
Following Windows 10 build 14257, Microsoft has rolled out a new build of Microsoft Office Insider preview. Office 2016 Insider Preview build 16.0.6568.2016 comes with a number of improvements and features a dark theme for the user interface. Let's see what exactly this release offers to the user.
Just like the Windows Insider program, which allows Windows enthusiasts to install and test recent pre-release versions of Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, a similar program exists for Microsoft Office. A new build of Microsoft Office 2016 has been released for Office Insiders, this time for Android users.