This article explains how to get the full version Microsoft Excel 2010 free of charge on your computer. For assistance in installing Microsoft Excel 2010 on your PC, follow the instructions and direct download link below.
Table of contents
- Microsoft Excel 2010 System Requirements
- How to Download and Install Microsoft Excel 2010
- Required files
Included in Office 2010, this is the next major version after v12.0, as version number 13 was skipped. Minor enhancements and 64 bit support, including the below:
- Multi-threading calculation (MTR), for common functions
- Improved pivot charts
- Additional options for conditional formatting
- Additional image editing capabilities
- In-cell charts called sparklines
- Ability to preview before pasting
- For document-related tasks, use the Office 2010 backstage feature
- Ability to customize the Ribbon
- Many new formulas are available to improve accuracy.
Microsoft Excel 2010, System Requirements
The minimum system requirements for Office 2010 include: Intel Pentium III processor, 500 MHz; 256 MB PC100 SDRAM; and Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3. Office 2003 required a processor with 233 MHz and 128MB of RAM.
How do I download and install Microsoft Excel 2010
- Once you have finished downloading the files required, click the download button. Depending on your download speed, this may take a few minutes or several hours.
- Extract the files. This article will show you how to extract. The password to extract will always be: www.mysoftwarefree.com
- Open the “Software Files”, folder, and then open Microsoft Office 2010 Excelx64 64bit, or Microsoft Office 2010 Excelx86 32bit, depending on whether your system is 32-bit/64-bit.
- Run the setup.exe and install Microsoft Excel 2010.
- You now have Microsoft Excel 2010 in full, without limitations, on your computer.
- Please note: If they ask you to activate, download the file and run “IORRT.3.5.cmd”. Then type in “A” to start installing. You can then launch the software once more.