Where is Microsoft Office Communicator in Windows 10, 8?
Microsoft Office Communicator has been used Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 users. But with Windows 8 and Windows 10, this has changed. Read below to find more details.
Many have been wondering where has gone the Microsoft Office Communicator tool in Windows 10, 8. Unfortunately, it has the same fate as Outlook Express or Windows Live Messenger.
Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2 is a unified communications client, enhanced with the high quality VoIP platform on Office Communications Server 2007 R2 and equipped to help users achieve new levels of productivity. Users can initiate conversations, conduct live video or audio meetings and share desktop applications with Web-connected colleagues worldwide.
Microsoft Office Communicator in Windows 10
The good news is that Microsoft Office Communicator isn’t 100% extinct as it has been replaced with the official Lync app for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users. Follow the above link to get more information about the Lync app and how it can replace your need for the good ol’ Microsoft Office Communicator. And you can download it by following the download link from below.
If you’re looking for a reliable Microsoft Office Communicator alternative, you can also install Microsoft Teams on you computer. This instant messaging app allows you to stay in touch in your colleagues, team and business partners. For more information about Microsoft Teams, go to Microsoft’s official webpage.
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in December 2013 and has been since updated for freshness, and accuracy.
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