Microsoft : Office 2010 RTM (Released to Manufacturing)


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Zoom7000

What's 10am PST in UK time?

Still not there as of 15:53 btw... :p

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tomwarren

MSDN and TechNet get it today so they will confirm the build number :)

No need to confirm the build number, as I already stated - it's 4763.1000

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BertilDator

What's 10am PST in UK time?

Still not there as of 15:53 btw... :p

First hit in Google.

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StevenNT

What's 10am PST in UK time?

Still not there as of 15:53 btw... :p

6pm I believe

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Osiris

should be about 2hrs time

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Phenom II

Word is the build number will be 14.0.4760.1000

No need to confirm the build number, as I already stated - it's 4763.1000

Oh, I thought they had chosen 4760.1000 ?

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LFB

Wating here too...

Ok... should we install the x86 or x64? on x64 systems...

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tomwarren

Word is the build number will be 14.0.4760.1000

Oh, I thought they had chosen 4760.1000 ?

Nope it's 4763.1000 and that's direct from Microsoft PR

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Phenom II

Nope it's 4763.1000 and that's direct from Microsoft PR

Thanks for that, I was told that 4763 was one of the RTM builds, but they chose 4760 as the Final

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boogerjones

checking technet every 15 min...

I am waiting patiently.

Well, save yourself some clicks and wait another hour or two. It's only 8 AM in Redmond.

Thanks for that, I was told that 4763 was one of the RTM builds, but they chose 4760 as the Final

As has been repeated numerous times, each component of the suite has different build numbers. 4763 is the final.
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Phenom II

Well, save yourself some clicks and wait another hour or two. It's only 8 AM in Redmond.

As has been repeated numerous times, each component of the suite has different build numbers. 4763 is the final.

Yea sorry, I remember being told that now... Doh

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PGHammer

Wating here too...

Ok... should we install the x86 or x64? on x64 systems...

Unless you require 32-bit-exclusive add-ins or plug-ins, install the x64 version with an x64 OS, regardless of how much (or how little) RAM you have. (Yes; 2010 x64 of Office is that good.)

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LFB

Is this the place were they work on Technet office?

Redmond, Washington?

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bit@net

hey guys,

a quick question about x64 version of Office 2010.

It is not recommended to install x64 office on x64 Windows 7 due to graphical problems (something about MMX instruction). Am I right?

Is it better to install x32 version on x64 Windows 7?

OnuR

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Emil Valsson

I think it was only recommnded to install the x86 version if you are using addons.

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Got3n

bah, cant wait any longer!!!!!

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boogerjones

Unless you require 32-bit-exclusive add-ins or plug-ins, install the x64 version with an x64 OS, regardless of how much (or how little) RAM you have. (Yes; 2010 x64 of Office is that good.)

Or if there's ever a chance you'll require 32-bit add-ins in the future. Microsoft recommends installing the 32-bit version unless you have a specific need for 64-bit Office, primarily because of the addin incompatibility. Your blind praise of the x64 version, regardless of memory capacity, is not based on any evidence. Even the guys working on Office said that there are plenty of cases where the 32-bit version is faster, others where the 64-bit version is faster, and lots where it doesn't make a difference.
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Phenom II

I am running Office 2010 x64 on Windows 7 x64 and see no issues at all, works perfectly

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HSoft

hey guys,

a quick question about x64 version of Office 2010.

It is not recommended to install x64 office on x64 Windows 7 due to graphical problems (something about MMX instruction). Am I right?

Is it better to install x32 version on x64 Windows 7?

OnuR

Nah, 64 bit on 64 bit Win7 is fine. The only problems you'll run into is most add-ons won't work and any document that contains any embedded ActiveX controls won't work either.

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DrCheese

Yeah, it's for that reason that even if you are running x64 windows, MS recommend that you run the 32bit version.

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S550

It shouldn't matter x64 or x86 should run the same

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bit@net

thanks for the replies, will go on with x64.

.... waiting the release ;-)))

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+LogicalApex

Hopefully they release Visio in an x64 version. It would be sad for that to lock my into 32bit for this release.

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soumyasch

Hopefully they release Visio in an x64 version. It would be sad for that to lock my into 32bit for this release.

Visio x64 is out now. But I don't see others. Not even Visio x86.

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+LogicalApex

Visio x64 is out now. But I don't see others. Not even Visio x86.

Couldn't have had better news. Thanks. I can't wait to get my hands on it now :)

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