Office 2010 transition not so easy

Microsoft cannot guarantee that PCs still running Office 2003, will be automatically able to run Office 2010 on that system, because mostly the RAM requirements have doubled since Office 2003 to Office 2007.

Many a customer still remain on Office 2003, due to the fact that having to buy new hardware each time when a new version of Office arrives, is undesired.

Microsoft has confirmed that upgrading from Office 2003 directly to Office 2010 will not be so easy

View Article



Comments

  • There are no comments yet. Be the first to comment!

Leave a Comment
  • Your email address will not be published. All fields are required.

Top White Papers and Webcasts

  • With JRebel, developers get to see their code changes immediately, fine-tune their code with incremental changes, debug, explore and deploy their code with ease (both locally and remotely), and ultimately spend more time coding instead of waiting for the dreaded application redeploy to finish. Every time a developer tests a code change it takes minutes to build and deploy the application. JRebel keeps the app server running at all times, so testing is instantaneous and interactive.

  • Instead of only managing projects organizations do need to manage value! "Doing the right things" and "doing things right" are the essential ingredients for successful software and systems delivery. Unfortunately, with distributed delivery spanning multiple disciplines, geographies and time zones, many organizations struggle with teams working in silos, broken lines of communication, lack of collaboration, inadequate traceability, and poor project visibility. This often results in organizations "doing the …

Most Popular Programming Stories

More for Developers

Latest Developer Headlines

RSS Feeds