Updating windows mobile 2016
When you are currently using Outlook 2013 as part of an Office 365 subscription, you can postpose the automatic upgrade to Office 2016 for up to a year after its release by setting a Registry value.
Key: As long as you have this Registry value set, you can postpone the automatic upgrade until September 2016.
It of course never hurts to make a backup of your Outlook data first.
If you are having difficulties removing your current version of Office via Control Panel, you can use the Fix It from the Microsoft KB article below which matches with the version that you wish to uninstall: When you are currently using an Office 365 installation of Office 2013, then upgrading to Office 2016 is going to be really easy as it will be offered as a regular update.
For more information see: Should I install the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Office/Outlook?
Note: Even when you are using the 32-bit edition of Office 2016, some add-ins might not be compatible yet with Office 2016.
By default, it will install the 32-bit edition unless you specifically tell it not to.
BCM will not be updated for Office 2016 compatibility.
This guide contains a lot of preparation and other information to get yourself ready to ensure a smooth transition Aside from the preparation steps, this guide informs you about what to expect when you start Outlook 2016 for the first time after you upgraded and how to troubleshoot several issues you may encounter during or after the installation.
Note: In order to use some of the functionality in Outlook 2016, you’ll need to configure your Exchange account with Cached Exchange Mode enabled (CEM). For an overview of features requiring CEM see: Outlook 2010: New features and Cached Exchange Mode Microsoft still recommends installing the 32-bit edition of Office 2016 instead of the 64-bit edition unless you have a specific need that requires the 64-bit edition of Office 2016.
Depending on your current configuration of Outlook and version, there are a couple of additional things to be aware of.
If you are an Office 365 subscriber and not yet ready to upgrade, you can postpone the automatic upgrade so you can prepare for it first.