If you’re contemplating an upgrade to Microsoft Office 2010, you have just about seven months to save your pennies. Stuart Johnston at InternetNews.com reports on the productivity software’s delivery details.
Microsoft has quietly announced it plans to ship the next major release of its productivity applications suite — Office 2010 — right on time, in June of its namesake year.
If it does deliver Office 2010 in June, it will be pushing the general availability, or “GA” in Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) parlance, of the suite right down to the wire, since the company has been saying for months that it will deliver the completed suite in the first half of next year.
“We expect Office 2010 and related products to be generally available in June 2010,” a Microsoft spokesperson said in a statement e-mailed to InternetNews.com on Tuesday.
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