Join the conversation

2 comments
  1. "I use Windows XP at work and Windows Vista at home"

    XP was released over 11 years ago – ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_XP and Vista almost 6 years ago – ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_XP

    Considering it’s only going to cost $40 to upgrade to Windows 8 from XP, Vista or Windows 7, I’d say that’s a pretty good argument to make the change – ref: http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/technolog/windows-8-pro-costs-40-if-youre-running-xp-vista-858859

    I’m actually a mac/google guy, with a MacBook Pro, and Android phone, but I am definitely digging the direction Microsoft is taking recently. As a student, Microsoft’s Dreamspark offers a lot of great free resources, and I am just about to install Server 2012 – https://www.dreamspark.com

    I definitely like the way Google has their whole ‘googleverse’ set up, but the new hotmail with HTML access in email, and quite a few other things are making me seriously consider using this as my main email client. I do use Windows 7, and Office 2010 at work, even though a lot of our day to day tasks include using open source software, such as Apache, PHPMyAdmin, and of course PuTTy…

    Actually, one thing we’ve been using lately, that has really helped to improve workflow for manual development is versioning and co-authoring through Word, using SkyDrive.

    Not bad so far Microsoft – I’m really looking forward to getting my hands on the next products.

  2. how to install this Office in another drive than C: ?

Comments are closed.