The Microsoft Word team is getting a big win when it comes to Quantum, Microsoft’s version of the open source Word software. Quantum is now available for Windows 7 and Windows 8.
The big win is that Quantum is a complete rewrite of the code base for Word. It also features a new interface, some tweaks to existing features, and a few new features added to the core Word functionality like the ability to open multiple files at once.
While Microsoft has yet to announce exactly how quantum will make it into the wild, there’s probably no doubt that the new Word will be a huge hit. With over 500 million people using Word every day, it’s going to be a huge deal and Microsoft is already working on a way to ensure that Quantum is available in millions of other Windows systems.
Quantum has already gotten great reviews, but what the developers at Microsoft have done to get the word out about it is impressive. The first thing that people should know about Quantum is that Microsoft is already working on a way to ensure its availability in millions of other Windows systems. They’ve created one of the most innovative new interfaces in the history of Office to help users get their word out about quantum. It’s very simple, really.
This new interface is called the “word-to-speech engine,” and it is made up of a few core elements that are already available in other Office applications. Instead of simply typing a sentence, users can now select a word on the screen and then a voice will come out of the speakers and say whatever “the word” is.
For example, my words today are “I love to play games, I love to eat Chinese food, and I love to shop, and my favorite sport is competitive dancing.” The system will also intelligently determine what my favorite sport is. So if I say “football” and “I love to play football” the system will know that I’m an avid fan and will select “football”, “football” and “football”.
You can also select a word and a voice will come out of the speakers and say whatever the word is. The system will also intelligently determine what my favorite sport is. So if I say football and I love to play football the system will know that Im an avid fan and will select football, football and football.
So why should you care? Because it’s something we all do, and a lot of us love to play sports, so it’s a nice, little feature that is sure to help you out. What’s cool is you can also choose a game type and it will select your favorite sport from a list of all of the current sports available. It’s a great little system, and if you’re a football fan it’s a great system as well.
If you have the game installed on your system, and you choose to connect it to your Xbox, you’ll now automatically be able to choose the number of players and teams in your game. This is a pretty neat feature, and I imagine it will be even better if you have a Microsoft account.
I got a lot of questions about how to set up your Xbox Live profile when I was asking Microsoft about microsoft big win quantum was after. I decided to make an Xbox Live profile just for testing and to see if I could get the system to work.