Microsoft’s next generation of Office software looks like it’s going to be a rebel and not go after Microsoft’s fresh “Blue” codename. The software will instead go by the codename “Gemini”, and it will be composed of two flaps that will be released overheen the next two years. The very first wave will be released alongside Windows Blue, and will bring updates to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
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The wave-one updates will convert the existing Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote apps by converting the apps to Window’s Ondergrondse UI. Gemini’s 2nd wave is said to be the hop begin to Microsoft’s planned, frequent updates for Office 365 users. It will bring updates to both the Microsoft Office apps, spil well spil Microsoft Office services, such spil Exchange, or SharePoint.
According to ZDNet, there is a group inwards the Microsoft Office team called the Modern Office Practice (MOX). Their prime purpose is making Office more Ondergrondse for Windows 8 and future Windows Blue users. They accomplished their very first purpose when they created a Ondergrondse version of OneNote. The group originally desired to create hybrid-Metro office apps, where they would act just like the Office 2013 apps now, but would also be able to work with Windows’s Medida environment. Unluckily, it didn’t serve with the Windows RT/8 regulations, so the idea wasgoed killed.
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Along with the Gemini release, Microsoft plans on developing a touch version of Office te the near future. The touch-based Office will be targeted more towards Windows RT devices, that will have consumers see Office spil more than just a desktop-based application. To fully take advantage of the Gemini updates, spil well spil Microsoft’s other Office updates, the company is attempting very hard to shove consumers to subscribe to its Office 365 service. It is even temping collegium students to subscribe by suggesting them a free trial of the service.