Microsoft Office 2010

Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus 14.0.4760

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The productivity suite for professionals

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  • Enhanced design in the 'ribbon' interface
  • Support for videos in PowerPoint
  • Lots of improvements in Outlook
  • Translation and screen capturing tools
  • Faster and lighter on system resources
  • Lets you share documents online in SkyDrive


  • None so far

Very good

Microsoft no longer offers a trial version of Office 2010. You can download the Office 2016 instead.

Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus is a special version of the popular productivity suite aimed at developers, IT managers and other professionals.

I tested the Technical Preview released a few months ago, and happily I've found a bunch of new features and improvements in this beta. For starters, the Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus pack includes a bunch of apps for you to test: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Access, Publisher, InfoPath, Communicator, SharePoint Workspace and Outlook with Business Contact Manager - unlike the Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Business edition, which ony features five apps.

As regards appearance, all the Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus apps have been slightly modified. They still keep the ribbon interface – in a much clearer, almost minimalist style – but the Office button has been renamed to "File" and now shows a different pane. Not only does it include direct access to all document-related tasks, but also shows detailed information about the document you're currently working on.

Leaving changes aside, the truth is that Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus has pretty much the same features we already saw in the Technical Preview. The context menu in Word, for example, has been greatly improved and lets you see changes in real time as you browse through the different options. You can now add videos to your PowerPoint presentations, remove redundant messages from conversations in Outlook and insert small color charts inside cells in Excel spreadsheets. There are also tools to translate text, take and use screenshots, and apply special effects to the images you use in your documents. What's more, Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus now lets you save your documents on SkyDrive and share them online in just two clicks.

Regarding performance, Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus seems to be as fast and light on system resources as the Technical Preview. There's a significant improvement in the time the suite apps take to launch, and how they behave when working on your documents.

In all, Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus is an excellent productivity suite with great new features that make it easier and more comfortable to use, and also turn it into an even more professional solution for daily work tasks.

Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus lets you fully test the new, long-awaited version of the world's most popular productivity suite.

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— User reviews — about Microsoft Office 2010

  • ESaraKamal

    by ESaraKamal

    "i love it"

    it help me a lot in my life and i usually use it for every things. More.

    reviewed on February 25, 2017

  • 104533504

    by 104533504


    i like ms office my work it.s programs worked best download free . More.

    reviewed on November 14, 2015

  • ""

    good but 2013 is better......and i think MS will come out with more advanced version soon. More.

    reviewed on February 9, 2014

  • graham.scarlett

    by graham.scarlett

    "Thanks For providing what microsoft dosn't"

    awesome I had a spare key for 2010 and needed to download it for school but Microsoft made the jump to 2013 which made i... More.

    reviewed on October 30, 2013

  • john.mycroft

    by john.mycroft

    "Excel and PowerPoiint work fine but Word is too flaky."

    This software clutters up your computer and has an annoying habit of updating itself whenever you need to do something. ... More.

    reviewed on March 18, 2013

  • chotoo badshah

    by chotoo badshah

    "Operating System"

    A newer release is usually better, but this one doesn't work on Windows XP SP 2. Now that is something I hate. Else, it ... More.

    reviewed on December 3, 2010