Microsoft® to put free Microsoft® Office Starter 2010 on new PCs
Microsoft has declared that it will give a dropped-down version of Office 2010 on new PCs next year and will abandon its old Works entry-level suite.
The Office Starter 2010 will only include Word 2010 and Excel 2010. Only the lowest-priced package will include the other applications such as PowerPoint 2010 and OneNote 2010 and Outlook 2010 which is part of the next-level-up Home & Business edition.
The Microsoft manager said that Office Starter 2010 will not be a trial version, but Office Starter is different than a trial version which you can use until you don't need other Office applications.
Also Office's group program manager Brian Albrecht said that Microsoft will insure that all your documents come across when you upgrade to Windows 7. Also there's no modification or anything that needs to happen in Windows 7.
The corporate vice president for Office said that those users who want to upgrade to the Home & Business, Home & Student or Professional editions will be able to do so by buying a product activation key online. To "unlock" the version you will need to purchase a key, so that no other software need to be installed.
The two applications of Office Starter 2010 will be 'less-functionality' editions said Numoto, corporate vice president for Office. But he declined to tell about features of Word Starter 2010 and Excel Starter 2010.
Numoto said that the new Office Starter will include advertisements in the lower right side of window and this will make it the first Microsoft's edition to do so.
Microsoft will also deliver trial versions to older PC owners by a new technology called Click-To-Run. This technology will let the users start using the suite within minutes. Numoto said "It's almost like you are playing the application".
Numoto said that this is Microsoft's strategy behind Office Starter which will help Microsoft reach a lot of customers that they haven't reached before.
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