SharePoint 2010 is now available on Windows 8 and is now part of the new “Microsoft Store.”
While you may have heard of Microsoft’s new “store” before, this is the first time the company has put it in front of the public.
We covered Microsoft’s Store earlier this year, and I think it’s a fantastic initiative.
Microsoft has taken some really good steps to improve the customer experience for its customers, and it’s an important step to get there.
The Microsoft Store makes it easy for you to get started and to get a sense of how the store works, so I hope you’ll take the time to read all of our previous Microsoft Store coverage.
The best part of this post is that you can also learn more about how to use the Microsoft Store from the official Microsoft website.
Here are some tips on how to set up the Microsoft Windows Store: 1.
Set up a Windows Server 2016 virtual machine to store your products 2.
Use the Microsoft Cloud to upload your products 3.
Add a Microsoft Store item to your products 4.
Create a Windows Store page in your organization to track and manage your Microsoft Store items 5.
Update your Microsoft store items to include the latest updates for your Microsoft products 6.
Add or remove products from the Microsoft store 7.
Set the Microsoft account for your users to manage the Microsoft accounts in the Microsoft Stores 8.
Install the Microsoft Office 365 product suite and install Microsoft Office Online on your Microsoft Office Server for free