Two weeks ago, Office shared their plans to introduce new universal Office apps for Windows 10 which would include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote. Joe Belfiore demoed these apps during our Windows 10 media briefing on January 21st here in Redmond – you can watch the webcast on-demand here. Today, Office is making available their Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps for PCs and tablets running the latest build of the Windows 10 Technical Preview. If you’re already on the Windows 10 Technical Preview, just search for them in the Windows Store Beta (the grey tile in the Start menu or on the taskbar).
Not running the Windows 10 Technical Preview yet and want to try these apps out? Sign-up to be a Windows Insider and download the Windows 10 Technical Preview today.
For more information on the universal Office apps – read this blog post from the Office Team.
Updated February 4, 2015 11:15 am