How Bill Gates uses Office by Bill Gates

If you visit my office, you’ll probably notice right away that I’ve three large flat screen displays that sit together and are synchronized so they work like a single very wide display. The large display area enables me to work very efficiently. I keep my Outlook 2007 Inbox open on the screen to the left so I […]

If you visit my office, you’ll probably notice right away that I’ve three large flat screen displays that sit together and are synchronized so they work like a single very wide display. The large display area enables me to work very efficiently. I keep my Outlook 2007 Inbox open on the screen to the left so I can see new messages as they come in. I usually have the message or document that I'm currently reading or writing in the center screen. The screen on the right is where I’ve room to open up a browser or look at a document that someone has sent me in e-mail. I spend the majority of my time communicating with colleagues, customers, and partners. As a result, Outlook is the application that I use the most. I receive about 100 e-mail messages per day from Microsoft employees, and many more from customers and partners, said Bill Gates in his post on Office Online blog.