Is It Good To Buy Microsoft Student And Home 2010 Edition?

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I was using Microsoft Office 2003 but now as there have been many newer versions of Microsoft office, I want to explore more features of Microsoft office 2010.Can anyone tell me is it worth to buy Microsoft student and home 2010 version than any older Edition? I shall be highly obliged.

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Is It Good To Buy Microsoft Student And Home 2010 Edition?


Firstly whenever a product is upgraded it will have more features than the previous version. So we people get to use more features of the upgraded product. Microsoft Office has always been a useful tool for students, for business purposes and various other professional level productivity applications. No doubt older versions were good but MS Office 2010 has enhanced features and it is basically for those who want to learn newer things and want to save their time. One of the major update which was not seen in the previous versions is that it has the ability to share the work using various Web applications such as Windows Live.

The 2010 Microsoft Office Edition comes in various Edition Packs. First one is Professional Edition which costs approximately around $499.It includes Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, Publisher, and Access. But you can buy lower tier editions known as Microsoft student and home 2010 Edition. It generally costs around $149 and includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel and One Note. This student and home edition are basically made to fulfill the requirements of students and normal day work life. If you are sure that there is no need to use desktop emails then purchasing Microsoft Student and Home 2010 edition is worth buying.

Necessities to run Office 2010 depends upon which working framework or which operating system you’re running, yet least prerequisites are 256MB of RAM (512MB prescribed to utilize more propelled elements), a 500MHz processor or higher, and Windows XP with Service Pack 3(Sp3) which is 32-bit. It will work legitimately on higher variants of windows as well. Additionally, it requires 3 GB of hard circle space and DirectX 9.0 Graphics card with no less than 64 MB video memory.

I recommend you that you should download free version first which is available on the internet and download the trial version and use it for 30 days. If you are satisfied then you should purchase full Microsoft student home 2010 edition.

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