Top 8 Reasons: Upgrade to Microsoft Outlook 2010
If you’re still looking for reasons to upgrade to Microsoft Outlook 2010, here are some 8 features. The price and comparison list of Microsoft Office 2010 is already posted in this blog. If you’d like to download a free copy of Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus, the links to the torrent are also posted on this blog.
Reasons to Upgrade to Microsoft Outlook 2010
1. Ribbon Interface:
Just like its other counterparts, Microsoft Outlook 2010 has a cute ribbon interface. This makes accessing buttons easy and simple.
2. Conversation e-mail view:
If you’re a Gmail user, you’d know how conversations are a lot of help. The conversation view in Outlook also known as threaded view, keeps the email messages simple and clean.
3. Enhanced Search:
In the past, you need to use plugins to create a semblance of productivity while tracking correspondences. The new search is far superior in speed and integration. Also, the keywords are highlighted in yellow for easy identification.
4. More consistent folder arrangements:
Previous to Outlook 2010, the email folders were sorted alphabetically. Important folders like “Sent” and “Draft” were scattered as a result. Now, Inbox, Drafts, Sent Items etc. are right at the top by default.
5. Hide annoying e-mails:
The new “Ignore” button automatically moves out entire conversations to “Trash” the moment they arrive. This helps in projects, where unnecessary mails are mailed to a group while “Reply All” etc.
6. Mail Tips:
This feature consists of a series of prompts and warnings, to issue alerts when undesirable actions are to be executed. For eg. when you do a “Reply All” to a BCC’ed message – revealing yourself, size of the email is exceeded etc.
7. Supports Multiple Exchange Accounts:
Now, Outlook 2010 comes with support for power users for multiple exchange accounts.
8. Faster Performance:
Microsoft claims that starts and exits of Outlook 2010 are faster than 2007.