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Microsoft has acknowledged that Office for Mac 2016 users are encountering frequent crashes and implied that it's working on a fix, but offered no timetable for when it will be delivered.
After Apple released the new OS X El Capitan on Wednesday, users streamed to a Microsoft support discussion forum to report that Office 2016 for Mac regularly crashed, crippling their productivity.
Microsoft's series of guides to the core Office 2016 apps are surprisingly brief on some key topics, which is surprising given how much the company needs new users to take up this software.
Google's scrappy little spreadsheet service could actually be the better choice if your work needs play to its strengths.
The latest project from Microsoft's Garage division is an app that helps users better schedule meetings.
Google has finally brought its note-taking app to iOS, more than two years after launching it on Android.
The iPad Pro's screen size means that people who want to use Office on Apple's new tablet will have to pay for an Office 365 subscription.
Microsoft announced a promotion Tuesday afternoon aimed at getting users of old versions of Office onto its subscription service.
Microsoft's venerable Office productivity suite has been a key component of most major companies' workflows for years, if not decades. On Tuesday, the company released the next major update for the suite.
Google updated its Drive for Work product Monday help businesses that have strict discovery requirements.
Microsoft is making a bigger push for its simplified email messaging platform by bringing Send to Android.
Photoshop's editing tools can help you transform your snapshots into studio-like portraits. We'll show you how to use the Magic Wand, the Lasso, and other features to clean up images.
Office 2016 release date is confirmed for September 22
You'd think the battle of Word vs. Google Docs would be over before it begins, because Word has more features. But more isn't always better. We tested both in a real-world use case to find out.
In a surprise move, Microsoft appeared on Apple's stage to show off Office for iPad during the company's keynote Wednesday morning.