Download Microsoft Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Service Pack 2 (SP2) Public Beta

Most of us are using the latest Office 2013 version in our computer systems but there are a few people who are still using Office 2010 or previous versions. If you are using Office 2010, here is an important and interesting news for you.

Microsoft has released a public Beta version of Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 programs. According to Microsoft official post, SP2 includes updates for the desktop and server apps. It also includes full-product SKUs of SharePoint and related server products, updated to install on Windows Server 2012.

Office 2010 SP2 contains updates for system reliability, program compatibility, security and more. It also adds improved support for Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10, as well as SharePoint Server 2010 compatibility with Windows Server 2012.

Currently SP2 beta is available in two languages: English and Japanese. More languages will be available at the time of final release.

In addition to SP2 patches for already installed Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 products, this beta includes full-product installations for:

  • SharePoint Server 2010
  • SharePoint Foundation 2010
  • Search Server 2010
  • Search Server 2010 Express
  • Office Web Apps
  • Project Server 2010

Both 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) versions of SP2 are available. Interesting people can download it using following link:

Download Microsoft Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Service Pack 2 (SP2) Public Beta

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  • Cool article!

  • Most of us are using the latest Office 2013 version in our computer systems but there are a few people who are still using Office 2010 or previous versions.

    What world are you living in that "Most" people are using 2013?

  • Opps!
    The Link took me

    "The invitation you entered has unfortunately already been used by another Connect customer. We apologize for this."

    Please correct it

  • CORRECT ron

  • What's wrong in that statement? If you are an advanced user you should immediately upgrade to the latest RTM version of a software. I am also using office 2013 and almost all people in my contacts are using it as well.

    Thanks VG for the news.

  • @Elizabeth
    I disagree.
    You say that: "If you are an advanced user you should immediately upgrade to the latest RTM version of a software"
    Ever since Windows 8 came out it received (and still is receving) a lot of negative reviews
    I would not recommend users to switch to Windows 8 until a service pack comes out
    Just because something is new does NOT mean it is better

  • I think you have it backwards. Most are using 2010 if not 2007. Our company (+5,000) just recently made the move to 2010. I think 2013 is in its very early adoption stage, and probably won't pass 2010 until next year.

    8:26 PM EST
    4/9/2013

  • Nice then. I will install it at my 2010 :)

  • "What's wrong in that statement? If you are an advanced user you should immediately upgrade to the latest RTM version of a software"
    Now don't say that Windows XP and Vista users aren't advanced users. And you can have many reasons not to update to the latest version: for example, a new update adds a feature which you can barely find a use for and also updates system requirements, causing it to run slow on a somewhat old PC. Why would you upgrade your PC CPU or RAM for a thing you barely use?
    Most developers still use Visual Studio 2010, ask them why they don't use Visual Studio 2012. And developers are undoubtedly advanced users.
    Also, if it's free software I would recommend updating, but definitely not in favor of buying the latest version every 2-3 years, just because it's the latest version.

  • ^ Maybe if they using pirated office :-/

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