Microsoft Office review: Office productivity suites -- word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, databases and so on -- reached their platonic ideal more than a decade ago. None are in need of any radical reinvention. That's why Microsoft has been content to incrementally update Office every couple of years. It makes sure its applications run smoothly, folds in the latest tech standards, and mostly leaves things alone. Now, though, it's facing an existential threat:
We purchase every product we review with our own funds — we never accept anything from product manufacturers. Buying guide for best Microsoft laptops Last Updated February Microsoft laptops are aimed at specific segments of the consumer market: The software giant, best known for providing its operating system to PCs made by any company without an apple in its logo, has carved out quite a niche with its own laptops. These are tailored toward the needs — and budgets — of professionals and students, both of whom need ample computing power at a reasonable price. Choosing the right Microsoft laptop can feel like a guessing game. Is it mostly just for business apps or schoolwork?