Some of the features of the latest Office version include;
“Your documents, anywhere—Across the Office 2016 applications, it’s easier to use the power of feature-rich applications to create, open, edit and save files in the cloud from your desktop, so you can access them from anywhere and on any device. In addition, new modern attachments in Outlook make it easy to attach files from OneDrive and automatically configure permission for the recipients—without leaving Outlook. All making it easier to share and collaborate on your work with others.
Collaboration—Real-time co-authoring is available in the Office Online apps today and we’re bringing that experience to the Windows Desktop applications, starting with Word. When you and your team are working in Word 2016 and/or Office online, you’ll be able to see where other editors are working and what they are writing—all in real-time.
Smart Applications—Applications will learn as you work, taking advantage of subtle cues and clues to help you stay on task and get more out of Office. Tell Me, a new search tool available in Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, serves up the commands you need by simply typing what you want to do. Clutter—a new Exchange feature that lights up in Outlook—uses machine learning to analyze your email patterns and de-clutter your inbox by moving lower priority messages out of your way and into a new Clutter folder. And Insights, powered by Bing, finds you contextual information from the web within the reading experience.”
There are smart application that come with the Office 2016 and notable among them are the Tell mewhich is a search tool that helps you complete actions by just typing what you intend to do andInsights which find “relevant” information from the web (powered by Bing of course) for use within your word document.
That said, here’s a list of the minimum requirements your device needs to have in order to use this service
- Display of 1280×800
- At least 3GB of hard disk space availability
- 2GB of RAM
- DirectX 10 on the graphics side
With regards to what operating systems can run this service, please see the list below;
- Windows 7 Service Pack 1,
- Windows 8, Windows 8.1,
- Windows 10, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 10 Server
NET 3.5 is a basic requirement as well and importantly, a Microsoft account is required.
Office 2016 apps come in 40 languages and I think the African languages including Yoruba, Igbo, Hausa and the Afrikaans are included.
An Office 365 Personal subscription starts from $6.99/1,300 Naira monthly and $9.99/1,900 Naira monthly for Office 365 Home.
To access the Microsoft store in Nigeria, please click here
Actually you can see a full list of Microsoft markets here. All you have to do is select your country of choice and preferred language