Microsoft Office 2021 vs Office 2019: the differences

Differences between Office 2019 and Office 2021
Microsoft Office 2021 has been on the market for some time now. As usual, a new version of Office brings a series of new features. For example, you may be looking for Office 2019 or Office 2021, or you may be considering an upgrade from Office 2019 to Office 2021. In this blog, we show the main differences.

New in Excel
The already comprehensive Microsoft Excel gets a number of useful features. For example, in Office 2021, it has an XMATCH feature that allows you to quickly search for a specific item to retrieve its relative position. You can use the XLOOKUP feature to easily search for information about a cell that is linked to another cell. There are also other minor additions to Excel.

New in PowerPoint
With the latest version of PowerPoint, you have more options to save your PowerPoint slideshow.

New in Outlook
Outlook comes with a number of useful features. You can use the “instant search” to find certain things faster. It is also possible to translate your messages into over 50 languages.

New in Access
Some Office 2021 versions of Access provide you with an updated Linked Table Manager and more options for date and time data types.

Is my computer compatible with Microsoft Office 2021?
Before you purchase Office 2021, it is a good idea to check if your computer meets the system requirements. The minimum system requirements for Office 2021 are as follows

Processor: 1.6 GHz 2-core
Memory/RAM: 4 GB (64-bit) 2 GB (32-bit)
Disk space: minimum 4 GB
Network Requirements: Ethernet adapter with a minimum speed of 1 gigabit per second. Internet connection required
Operating System: At least Windows 10