Microsoft rethinks Office for Win
Microsoft working to reinvent Office for Windows. ZDNet certainly says that this week in Redmond would have been almost entirely devoted to a series of sessions and sessions aimed at discussing the future of the suite which represents a good chunk of the profits of the window company, more than 20,000 billion each year. the main concerns will be to combine Office with the new .NET strategy which includes the rental and implementation of applications on the Internet. A second aspect concerns the internal conflicts between the current Office team and a team (but it would be better to say squadron) of 400 engineers called NetDocs who have been working since 1997 on a project that should completely redesign their Office. Each of the two groups would now be trying to bring the water to its mill to make its theses prevail. The original core would like "renewal in continuity", the latter a real revolution. At the moment due to the most immediate need for Microsoft to release a new version of Office as the explicit admission of the same house in Redmond users will continue to use the current "packaged" system for a long time to come. The goal will be to revitalize sales as the growth trend seems to have dropped considerably. During the fiscal year 2001 the increase compared to 2000 could be only 4%, far below the 17% increase recorded this year compared to 1999. A slip that someone attributes to the competition is StarOffice and its agility, inversely proportional to the price.
iPhone XS 64 GB at the minimum price: 792 on Amazon
25 Nov 2019
On Amazon you will find for the Black Friday, but outside the pages of Black Friday, an iPhone XS 64 Gb at the best price on the market. Only 792 euros, forty five euros less than an iPhone 11.