More details on what's new can be found on the Office Sustained Engineering blog or in this spreadsheet.
32-bit: www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=42017 (Direct Link)
64-bit: www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=42006 (Direct Link)
What’s new in SP1?
SP1 provides fixes to improve general stability, functionality, and security in Office, SharePoint Server and related products. Among the functionality improvements and changes are the following:
- Compatibility fixes for Windows 8.1 and Internet Explorer 11.
- Better support for modern hardware, such as high DPI devices and the precision touchpad.
- New apps for Office capabilities and APIs for developers.
- Power Map for Excel, a 3D visualization tool for mapping, exploring, and interacting with geographical and temporal data in Excel, is now available to Office 365 ProPlus subscription customers. You can learn more about Power Map general availability on the Power BI Blog.
- Improvements to the Click-to-Run virtualization technology that installs and updates Office 365 desktop applications.
- SkyDrive Pro is now OneDrive for Business.
Last edited by Arthur; 25th February 2014 at 11:25 PM.
It doesn't look like they offer any more different colour schemes to choose from. I'm sure MS could have easily done it, but as usual they are in a different world. I'm sticking to 2010, as I like to see what is on the screen
They have also changed the smileys in Lync
Why haven't they released it with the usual patches?
Yeh still got the horrible light colour schemes. Its a real downgrade interface from 2010 sadly.
I have to use the Dark Gray theme as well, just so I'm not blinded lol
Won't be rolling this out to any normal users, its a real dud. Only good thing is PDF editing and I can just get people to send it to me to do.
EDIT: Hmm "no products effected by this install found on your system"
Last edited by zag; 26th February 2014 at 05:54 PM.
not the only good thing.
I don't get why ms dont do a sp2 for win 7 when they do it for office.
So they dont have to support it as long. Though doing a build and capture takes a day now.
Is there any identification that SP1 is installed? I've installed it manually on a server and I can't see any difference. If I go into "About Word" it doesn't say SP1 anywhere.
Edit: Just seen SkyDrive has changed to OneDrive so something's happened.
Last edited by laserblazer; 27th February 2014 at 09:24 AM.
How to tell if you have SP1 installed
In order to determine if SP1 is installed for Office 2013 or a related product, look for the program version in the list of installed programs in the Programs and Features control panel. If SP1 is installed, the version will be 15.0.4569.1506 or higher. Additionally, if you've installed the SP1 update for an MSI product, SP1 will be listed in Installed Updates in that same control panel.
zag (3rd March 2014)
Has anyone else noticed this ins't in WSUS?
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