What Is The Minimum System Requirements For Office 2010 ?

by Abhishek Bhatnagar on January 24, 2010



One of our reader asked us, how do I get to know whether I can upgrade from office 2007 to office 2010 – What are the minimum system requirements. As far as our experience with office 2010 beta it looks really cool and much better in terms of features. So, We would suggest to all readers to upgrade from old office to office 2010 once it gets released.


But before you upgrade you need to look out for the system requirements required for running office 2010, here are the requirements for office 2010


For all those who are using office 2007 there is a good news as system running office 2007 can also run office 2010, however if you have graphics card or extra video memory which can boost the speed of the interface of office 2010



Following are the minimum system requirements for running office 2010

Intel Pentium III processor, 500 MHz, 256 MB PC100 SDRAM

Here are some fundamental rules which can tell whether you can run office 2010

  • If your current computer can run Office 2007, then it can run Office 2010.
  • If you’re purchasing a new laptop or netbook, then it can run Office 2010.
  • If you have a computer with a multi-core processor, it can run Office 2010 even faster.
  • If your computer is currently running Office 2003, it’s possible that it can run Office 2010.

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