January 2007 - This is also the new target date for the launch of Office 2007.
After announcing a few days ago about Rejecting the launch of the Vista operating system
In January 2007, the company announced today the postponement of the launch of the next version of Office. Microsoft's explanation for the postponement of Office 2007 is "in order to maintain an overlap" between the launch dates of the various programs.
In fact, Office 2007 can also work on the Windows XP operating system because, according to the beta version of the software running without a problem on the current operating system, it lacks the vulnerabilities exposed only when Office 2007 is installed on Windows Vista. It is likely that after the rejection of the new operating system, the company is trying to leverage the transition to it with the launch of Office and thus convince the businesses and users to install both programs together.
Office 2007 is the next generation of Office software
According to Microsoft and it is based on a completely new core. Also, the user interface has undergone a massive facelift compared to the previous version, and in fact looks almost an integral part of the Windows Vista operating system. The company will launch no less than 7 versions of Office 2007, some of which will replace the versions of Office 2003 that exist on the market today and some of which are completely new versions that include new software and functions that have not appeared before.
Can be read on version Office
To see how it will look, and of course learn about the differences and improvements it offers in relation to the 2003 version of the software.