Microsoft cloud applications update automatically. These auto updates are great news for businesses. You focus on your operations while Microsoft maintains the technology that powers you. With Office 365 your private cloud servers continuously run at the highest possible levels of productivity. However, there are desktop applications like Outlook that you still need to personally update.
Microsoft provides the Windows Update service to help you stay on top of manual updates:
To check for the Outlook update go into Windows Update (pictured above) and once you’re inside click “Check for updates.”
A list of updates will appear. If you haven’t updated since April 10, 2012, when the Outlook update came out, you can do so now.
Outlook 2012 update:
The Outlook update provides the latest fixes for the 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Outlook 2010. Additionally, this update contains stability and performance improvements. Problems with recurrent meetings which involve your Exchange application have been corrected.
Office 365 desktop client and cloud harmony:
Updating your desktop applications will keep them running consistently with cloud apps. This update is crucial to Office 365 users who connect to Exchange Online with the Outlook client.
Keeping up with updates is necessary to maximize your Office 365 experience.
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