Microsoft Office 2010 Starter edition is a scaled down freeware version of the full-fledged Microsoft Office 2010. Other than the free Started edition, the productive suite is available as Home and Student, Home and Business, Standard, Professional, Professional Academic, Professional Plus editions. All these retail versions are easily available for purchase but not the Starter edition. Microsoft Office 2010 Starter is available exclusively with OEM-supplied computer.
The Started edition of Office consists of limited-functionality versions of Word and Excel and includes advertising. It does not include PowerPoint or Outlook. It allows users to upgrade easily to a complete Office 2010 productivity suite when they are ready.
Microsoft is offering an online help utility to Office 2010 users having issues with the product key for their copy of the productivity suite to help them resolve their problems.
Earlier, we have posted many articles aiming to help out Microsoft Office users. Some articles related to Product Key problems. If you are having any issue with Office 2010 product key, you can refer to those articles. See this article to reset your Office Product Key using a small program. Or do you want to change Microsoft Office product key easily without the help of any other program? Wondering how to check the activation type and check the license status of Office? Want to use Office trial version for more than 30/60 days, up to 180 days?
Microsoft, on Tuesday, released Office 2010 Service Pack 1.
As expected, Microsoft released the first Service Pack (SP1) for Office 2010 productivity suite at the end of June. Office 2010 SP1 includes all previously released updates, in addition to several new updates. Which improves overall security, performance, and stability of the suite.
SP1 will be available through Windows Update, as a manual download from the Download Center and from Microsoft Update. Microsoft plans to push the update to Automatic Updates within 90 days. The software giant has released SP1 for all 40 language versions of Office 2010. Products that will get fixes and updates include Office 2010, Project 2010, Visio 2010, Office 2010 servers, Office Web Apps, Search Server 2010, SharePoint 2010 Products and FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint.
Microsoft has announced on Monday that they are going to release Office 2010 Service Pack 1 by the end of June. SP1 releases for both Office client suites and SharePoint server products
will be made available is now available now.
The software giant plans to discuss about Office 2010 SP1 at length during TechEd North America this week. Microsoft will detail its schedule plans and more details around the SP1 release, including the plans for language version updates, though it is mentioned in the blog post that, “All language versions of SP1 will release simultaneously.”
Microsoft has revealed on Monday that Office 2010 SP1 and SharePoint 2010 will be available by the end of June.
“Service Pack 1 is on track for release at the end of June,” said Microsoft’s Office team in a blog posting on Monday.
SP1 releases for both Office client suites and SharePoint server products will be made available. All language versions of SP1 will release simultaneously. Initially, Service Pack 1 will be offered as a manual download from the Download Center and from Microsoft Update, and no sooner than 90 days after release, will be made available as an Automatic Update.
Microsoft also provided an overview of some important fixes that Service Pack 1 will include.
Earlier, we shared about how you can change Microsoft Office product key. The method described in that post was easy but if you are looking for an idiot proof method, then this post is for you. Microsoft normally keeps license information hidden. Thus making it hard for most users who may want to change Microsoft Office product key very challenging. Most users try to follow the traditional way of uninstall Microsoft Office productivity suite and then install it again. You don’t need to follow that tradition any more. Office Key Remover helps you remove Microsoft Office license information from the system and use a new Office product key to activate it. Office Key Remover is a freeware utility that easily removes Microsoft Office license from the computer with a click of a button. It supports almost all Office productivity suite starting from Microsoft Office XP, Office 2003, Office 2007, Office 2010 and the latest Office 2013 (both 32-bit and 64-bit).
Microsoft Office 2010 was released back in June, 2010 and has different types of activations like Multiple Activation Key (MAK), Key Management Service (KMS) for volume licensing, and the Retail licenses. You can easily find what type of activation your Office 2010 installation is using along with the status of your activation. To find out the detailed information, simply follow the steps mentioned below.
Do you want to know if you can use Microsoft Office on two computers? Yes, you can as Microsoft legally allows the installation and use of Microsoft Office on two computers (1 desktop and 1 laptop computer system).
In a twitter reply by Microsoft Australia (MSAU), offered an interesting insight that many of you might not have been aware of. You can use any version of Microsoft Office legally on both your home computer and a portable computer system like laptop. As long as both the systems belong to you and you’re the person who has bought the copy of Microsoft Office. That’s a very handy tidbit of information. The reply to a tweeted question also stated that the Home and Student edition of Microsoft Office is licensed for installation on up to three machines.
Microsoft Office 2010 is no doubt a very popular office productivity suite. The software giant released three editions of Microsoft Office 2010. These three different retail editions of Office 2010 are Office Home and Student 2010, Office Home and Business 2010 and Office Professional 2010.
Office Home and Student 2010 is the most basic edition of the productivity suite which retails for $149.99. It includes the basic core Office modules which includes Microsoft Office Word 2010, Microsoft Office Excel 2010, Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 and Microsoft Office OneNote 2010.
Office Home and Business 2010 retails for $279.95 and includes Microsoft Outlook 2010 on top of what is already offered in the basic edition.
Microsoft Office 2010 Professional edition retails for $499.95. This edition includes Microsoft Office Access 2010, Microsoft Office Publisher 2010 including all modules which are included in Office Home and Business 2010 edition.
If you need to change Microsoft Office product key to resolve Microsoft Office activation issues or for any other reason, then you are on the correct page. Today, we will show you how to easily change Microsoft Office product key without uninstalling Office productivity suite from your computer. If you remember, earlier, we have shown you a way to change Windows product key without affecting the operating system in any way. If you want to change your Windows license key, you can head over to that page for reference. Now, coming back to today’s topic about how to change Office product key, simply follow the steps below and get the job done.