Microsoft Office 2010 review

Microsoft Office 2010 won't be available to the public until sometime in June, but we've put the upgrade to Microsoft's venerable Office suite through its paces to bring you our review. Read more about expanded use of the Ribbon, changes across all the apps, and much more.

Microsoft Office 2010 is available today for business licenses, with the public release coming in June, but we've had a chance to put the review copy through its paces. According to Microsoft, the focus of this major overhaul was on three things: to make work flow more efficient; to effectively use Web applications to make your work available anywhere; and to make collaboration with others much easier. In our review of Microsoft Office 2010, we look at the notable feature changes across many of the applications. Microsoft says Office 2010 will let you use your PC, smartphone, and the Web to make your projects come together more efficiently. From what we've seen, the company might be right, but it will need to work out some of the bugs before the launch in June.

Read our review of Microsoft Office 2010, and about how you can update to Microsoft Office 2010 Mobile for free on your Windows Mobile 6.5 phone.

About Jason Parker

Jason Parker has been at CNET for more than 13 years. He is the Senior Editor in charge iOS software and has become an expert reviewer of the software that runs on each new Apple device. He now spends most of his time covering Apple iOS releases and third-party apps.