Now with 365, the thing struggles opening a new document when there is already a document open.
There's 365 the online interface and the 365 the subscription Office. The latter is pretty much the same as it always was afaict. It's just Office 2019 but you have to pay up every year.
Was track changes already properly developed back then?
For my editing needs, I use Markdown. If I have to publish something, I export it to PDF, and that's all.
Word 97 (yes, it opens and edits DOCX)
Markdown in which editor? Or is there an editor called Markdown?
As I am a Java developer, I'm using NetBeans IDE for Markdown editing. But it could be anything else.
I hate most things [...]
I went to look to what that Markdown thing is, interesting but I couldn't see nothing with the Notepad editor. So I downloaded a top level editor, Brackets.
In part that's because in the old days, what we have now would be called Windows 10 Service Pack 2 or 3. Now it's called Windows 10 build 1909. But it's still way worse than Windows 7 because they #$% up a lot of stuff for no reason that they're still slowly rebuilding.
How does NetBeans compare with Eclipse? Earlier I have heard that Eclipse should be good for Java developers.
But I do not like Java.
I use Chromium instead
Notepad++ is overall the best text editor
Starting April 21, Office 365 will be called Microsoft 365, a move that illustrates the company's desire to shed the stuffy image of the Office branding, and position it as a people first suite of apps.
365? And what about leap years?
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