Google has introduced oodles of modifications to its cloud based Google Docs service. Subsequently the competition between Google and Microsoft has gained fuel as the latter is all set to release its latest version of Office and its online counterpart.
Google declared that the changes will make Docs perform faster and foster new collaboration possibilities. Google had invested a lot of time to enhance its Doc infrastructure to make it compatible with next-generation Web browsers.
With the modified version of Google Docs, users can work faster within their browsers over the internet. Google claims that the speed of Docs can match with that of Microsoft users who are working offline on their desktop-based applications. Â Google is going all the way to woo Microsoft users with its ever-upgrading niche technologies.
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