Microsoft Office 2019 will only work on Windows 1o

Microsoft has revealed that Office 2019, due out later this year, will only run on Windows 10, so you will need to upgrade Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 machines.

Microsoft is also altering the support lifecycle for Office 2019, so it will receive 5 years of mainstream support and then “approximately 2 years of extended support.”

Office 2019 (arriving in the second half of 2018) will include the usual Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook client apps, alongside server versions of Exchange, SharePoint, and Skype for Business.

Microsoft is planning to release preview copies of Office 2019 in the middle of 2018, and the software is primarily designed for organizations that aren’t using the cloud Office 365 versions.

Microsoft also just announced Files Restore for OneDrive for Business.

Files Restore is a complete self-service recovery solution that allows administrators and end users to restore files from any point in time during the last 30 days. If a user suspects their files have been compromised, they can investigate file changes and allow content owners to go back in time to any second in the last 30 days.

Now users or administrators can rewind changes using activity data to find the exact moment to revert to.

To use Files Restore, all a user needs to do is choose Settings and then Restore OneDrive

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