Recently, Bill Gates’ darling (Microsoft) has moved one step ahead in the software market by launching its new touch based Office suit.
MS Office 2013 is a refreshed version of already available word processing, email programs and spreadsheet. It would come up with some updated features include Inkling which lets its user convert handwritten notes into text, a video chat service having Skype (which Microsoft acquired a few months ago), and a reading mode on Word that enables its users to read word processing documents on a tablet or an iPad.
As Microsoft has is also on a verge to launch the touch based newer version of Windows operating system the new Office will be fully compatible on the OS and will save all your completed or pending files on SkyDrive, which means you do not have to worry about saving them here and there.
The software giant is already known for its world popular MS Office softwares (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook). The company claims to have over one billion worldwide users of this suit.
CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, looks so much excited about touch enabled MS Office as it shall help increase the company’s profit as well as give it a prominent repute, with no other competent in the market. Thank God Apple is not chasing Ballmer’s hopes.