Microsoft bring the new Office apps for M1 chip-powered Macs

Microsoft bring the new Office apps for M1 chip-powered Macs

Microsoft has reported that its core flagship Office applications will presently run faster and better on Apple Mac gadgets with the Silicon M1 chip – MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro and Mac smaller than normal.

The organization said on Tuesday that it is delivering new forms of a significant number of its Microsoft 365 for Mac applications that run locally on Macs with M1 – Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.

“The new Office apps are Universal, so they will continue to run great on Macs with Intel processors. The apps have been redesigned to match the new look of macOS Big Sur,” said Bill Doll, Senior Product Marketing Manager for Microsoft 365.

Video coordinated effort application Teams, in any case, has not been remembered for the most recent Microsoft update for Mac.

With more than 115M every day dynamic clients, Teams has become a basic mostly numerous individuals are exploring the current circumstance.

Microsoft Teams is presently accessible in Rosetta imitating mode on Macs with M1 and the program.

“We are working on universal app support for M1 Macs and will share more news as our work progresses,” Doll said.

The new Outlook for Mac accompanies an overhaul that coordinates the new look of macOS Big Sur, and a refreshed Office Start insight for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote for Mac that joins the Fluent UI plan framework.

Microsoft likewise reported help for iCloud accounts in the new Outlook for Mac.

“This will enable you to organise work and personal emails, contacts, and calendars together in one app so it is easier for you to stay connected to what matters,” Microsoft said.

“In addition, to help you check spelling, correct grammar, and get writing style suggestions, we will enable Microsoft Editor in Word for Mac”.

The organization intends to make these updates accessible to clients with admittance to Microsoft 365 for Insiders in mid 2021.

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