Microsoft's haphazard way of updating Outlook across its many supported platforms is undermining the product.
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Microsoft has documented a long list of new features it is adding across Microsoft 365. And yes, this is a first.
Microsoft announced today that the first preview version of Office 2019 is now available for testing by its commercial customers.
Happy Friday, everyone. Here's another round of Q&A to jump-start the weekend.
Confused why Microsoft is maintaining two different versions of OneNote on Windows? Well, that's about to end.
Microsoft is introducing new, cloud-driven data types for Excel, taking spreadsheets beyond text and numbers.
With Microsoft Office and OneDrive now supporting some key iOS multitasking features, it's time for a check-in.
When it comes to traditional office productivity, Microsoft has no peer. But thanks in part to Google, it may also have no future.
Microsoft's plan to push business customers to newer Windows 10 versions isn't working, so it has come up with a new plan.
After a two-week absence, no one should be surprised by the epic length of this week's "Ask Paul." Let's dive right in.
Microsoft's Office suite is now available to all Windows 10 users from the Microsoft Store. Even for non-Windows 10 S users.
Last year, I argued that Microsoft can't afford to lose the education market. Has the software giant made any progress since then?
Microsoft announces new updates to Microsoft Education, including a new Chemistry update for Minecraft: Education Edition, new MR content for Windows Mixed Reality, and cheap new Windows 10 2-in-1s.
A major new release of Office 2016 for Mac aligns the product with the versions on Windows, Android, and iOS.