In June, new computers with Microsoft Office 2010 shipped to retailers across the country, so chances are that if you buy a new computer, it will have the new version of Office. If you currently use Microsoft Office, you may have received an email asking you to upgrade. This is the first new version of Office since 2007, but the changes are minimal with the exception of new integration to free online services.
If you want free access to your work online, you may find Office 2010 worth the price. Otherwise, you will find it easy to adjust from 2007 to 2010 when you purchase a new computer. There’s no need to rush into it.
Office 2010 looks different, but functions essentially the same as Office 2007. The biggest difference is the online integration to Microsoft’s new “in-the-cloud” version of its office suite, called Web Apps.. Read More [via tecnewsdaily]