Windows 11 Updates Office Design, Native 64-bit Arm Version

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In a recent announcement, Microsoft announced that the next version of Office for Windows 11, which is now in beta and is only available to users registered under the Office Insider program, will come with a native 64-bit Arm version.

This will enable improved performance for large or image-filled documents while supporting 64-bit input.

Microsoft also announced a revamped Microsoft Office in conjunction with a new feature that will allow Office to adapt to users’ Windows light/ dark mode.

For more information, read the original story in The Verge.

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