Office 2010 Technical Preview Available for Download via Torrent Sites
Article by George Norman
On 18 May 2009
The final and stable version of Office 2010 will be made available to the public next year; until then MS Office suite fans that want to get a taste of what the software has to offer can only put the Office 2010 Technical Preview to the test – and in order to do so there are two options at their disposal: the first is to register with Microsoft for a tech preview which will be rolled out July 1st; the second is to download Office 2010 Technical Preview from torrent sites.

It seems that pretty much every piece of software developed by the Redmond-based company is getting leaked to torrent sites these days, from various builds of the Windows 7 operating system to the MS Office productivity suite. The availability deadline of Office 2010 Tech Preview is more than a month away, yet you can get the software right now via torrent sites if you want to put the software through its paces; both 32-bit and 64-bit versions are available for download.

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The build number attached to the Office Technical Preview x86 and x64 versions that have been leaked to torrent trackers is Build 14.0.4006.1010. The thing to keep in mind is that Microsoft has not publicly announced what build number the Technical Preview it plans to put this July will carry. Consequently there is a chance that the software available via torrent sites, despite being labeled Technology Preview 1, may not be identical to the Tech Preview that will be released on July 1st.

Now the proper way to go about getting Office 2007 Technical is to visit this web page and register with Microsoft. “The Microsoft Office 2010 Technical Preview is a limited, invitation only program which will provide you with the opportunity to experience early, pre-release versions of Office 2010 which will include the following applications: Word 2010, Excel 2010, Outlook 2010, PowerPoint 2010, OneNote 2010, Communicator 2010, Access 2010, InfoPath 2010 and Publisher 2010. By registering you are signing up to be considered for the Technical Preview Program, you will be waitlisted for consideration to be invited into the Technical Preview Program. We will notify invitees in early to mid July,” explains Microsoft.

A screenshot presentation of Office 2010 Technical Preview is available over at Ars Technica.



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