Microsoft Launches Office 2019 for Mac and Windows

Almost at the same time Apple launched its latest macOS Mojave for public, Microsoft had made a notable announcement. The company has announced the launch and availability of Microsoft Office 2019, for both Microsoft Windows and macOS. Office 2019 is the latest iteration of the office suite, which includes a bunch of new features and optimization. The macOS version of Office 2019, for instance, consists of better support for some Mojave features as well. The company also launched a feature named Files-On-Demand for Mojave devices. It means Mac users won’t have to download all the OneDrive files to easily access them.

The software developer has not made much changes to the office suite package either. Office 2019 will be offering tools like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Visio, Access, Outlook and Publisher. Users can decide which are the products they want to use. In case it was not that popular, Microsoft was offering a service named Office 365, which was based on regular updates and online access. With the launch of Office 2019, however, most of the awesome features will be brought back to the actual Office suites. All the software listed above will receive such updates.

Each software in the package is getting some kind of improvements. For instance, Microsoft Word will now be offering support for Focus Mode and better Translation features. On the other hand, SVG Support and 4K video support are some of the expected features in Microsoft PowerPoint to be noted. More important than all of these, the Microsoft Office experience will be smoother than ever. Exchange Server 2019, Skype for Business Server 2019, SharePoint Server 2019, and Project Server 2019 are also being offered to the Business customers of Office. As far as the availability goes, bulk volume customers will get it as soon as possible, but consumers have to wait for a week or two.

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