Microsoft Office 2013 is not for XP and Vista


SAN FRANCISCO - Microsoft finally really leave Windows XP and Vista. Section, Office 2013 has just announced that it only supports Windows operating system Windows 7, and 8 only.

TechRadar proclaimed, Tuesday (17/07/2012), Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Corporate VP of Microsoft Office Division, Kirk Koenigsbauer announced an Office application to the 15 series in San Francisco.

Previews have been available to consumers starting today, but not for XP or Vista users. In order to use the Microsoft Office 2013, they have to update its operating system.

Microsoft Office 2013 will utilize a touch interface, cloud and social features are available with a subscription to Office 365. According to Ballmer, this application is the mainstay and the most important for Microsoft.

This application is said to slide in 2013, although the preview version of the consumer was able to try from now on.

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