The 2016 version of Microsoft's productivity suite includes features for easier collaboration and sharing. Excel gets a boost in power, Outlook streamlines everyday tasks, and most applications help you find the command you need.
For end users, Windows 10 introduces a new Start menu, web browser, personal digital assistant, and more. For IT admins, the latest version of Windows includes features like Azure Active Directory support and Windows Update for Business.
To help you decide whether Windows 8.1 is a good fit for your nonprofit or library, we've come up with four questions for you to consider.
If you decide your nonprofit or library is ready to switch to Microsoft's Windows 8.1 operating system, it is time to make an upgrade plan. Verify that your systems meet the technical requirements and let us walk you through steps to take before and during an install.
In PowerPoint 2013, Microsoft's presentation software, you will find new tools, sharing features, and a redesigned interface. OneNote 2013, Microsoft's note-taking software, goes mobile and gets some new features for taking richer notes.
The newest version of Word, Microsoft's ubiquitous word processing application, has a host of helpful new features that go beyond its shiny new look. Eligible nonprofits, charities, and public libraries can now request donated Office software through TechSoup.
The newest version of Microsoft Office is an overall improvement from previous versions, with new features and a refreshed user interface. Eligible nonprofits, charities, and public libraries can now request donated Office software through TechSoup.
Considering an upgrade to Office 2010 but not sure how it'll impact your organization? We take a look at Office 2010, its features, improvements, and compatibility with earlier versions.
Once your organization has decided it's ready to upgrade to Windows 7 and has verified that it meets the technical requirements to do so, it's time to begin planning for the upgrade itself. This article will walk you through steps to take before and during an install.
To help you decide whether Windows is a good fit for your organization, we've come up with four questions for you to consider.
Before you download software, you should understand system requirements, file types, and best practices to make sure the process goes smoothly.
Virtualization software can essentially turn one computer into several. We'll show you how virtualization works, what it can be used for, and a few virtual software packages for your nonprofit or library.
Want to know how one computer can support several users? Learn some basic concepts and definitions to multi-user virtualization, and get the facts to help you decide if desktop virtualization or multi-seat computing is right for your organization.
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