Access 2016

 

Access 2016

Access 2016 is rated3.0476 out of5 by21.
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$109.99

Access 2016 lets you easily create database apps.

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Access 2016 lets you easily create database apps.

 

 

Overview

Easy custom database applications

Easy custom database applications

Access is now much more than a way to create desktop databases. It’s an easy-to-use tool for quickly creating browser-based database applications that help you run your business. Your data is automatically stored in a SQL database, so it’s more secure and scalable than ever, and you can easily share your applications with colleagues.

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Requirements

Required Processor

1 gigahertz (Ghz) or faster x86- or x64-bit processor with SSE2

Required Operating System

Windows 7 or later, Windows Server 2008 R2, or Windows Server 2012

Required Memory

1 GB RAM (32 bit); 2 GB RAM (64 bit)

Required Hard Disk Space

3.0 GB available disk space

Required Display

1280 x 800 resolution

Graphics

Graphics hardware acceleration requires a DirectX 10 graphics card.

Multi-touch

A touch-enabled device is required to use any multi-touch functionality. However, all features and functionality are always available by using a keyboard, mouse, or other standard or accessible input device. Note that new touch features are optimized for use with Windows 8 or later.

Additional System Requirements

Internet functionality requires an Internet connection.

Microsoft account required.

Ratings and reviews

Rated 1 out of5 by fromNo real improvements over 2010, UI is depressingI hate to leave a bad review because I am a die hard Access fan, but I have been using this version for quite some time now and have experienced nothing but headaches and bugs. It doesn't like to coexist with my back end file that is stored on another computer running Access 2013, but it is very difficult switching versions of Office on all of the computers at my company. Furthermore I think I am having difficulties with some of my computers running 32 bit operating systems and some running 64 bit. My reference libraries keep on dropping out so I can't run my custom ribbon UI as well as other standard functions (namely the Microsoft Office 16.0 Object Library). I keep getting an error that says my database is in an unrecognizable format and it has to repair itself, sometimes deleting my forms. The query design window is nearly impossible to resize tables in because the borders are so small you have about 1 pixel for the resize arrow to appear. The list goes on and on.I used Access 2010 for over 4 years and never had any issues with it. It also had a much nicer User Interface. One computer at my office is still running 2010 and every time I go on it I miss it really bad. As soon as I "upgraded" I started having all of these issues. I don't see any real improvements to speak of.I would not recommend this to anyone. Get Access 2010 if you can figure out where to find it.
Date published: 2016-01-15
Rated 1 out of5 by fromRuntime issueSo I have installed Office 2013 with Access 2013 on my computer. Recently I changed from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Runtime 2013 doesn't run on Windows 10 only Runtime 2016 runs on Windows 10. If I want to use Runtime on a Windows 10 computer I need to install Runtime 2016, I need to install Access 2016 as well and finally Office 2016. Although the upgrade to Windows 10 is free I am paying double the price because I cannot use my Runtime 2013 on a Windows 10 computer. Seems like we are being mislead here.
Date published: 2016-04-20
Rated 1 out of5 by fromAFTER you pay, it tells you you can't use it.I have Office 2013 w/o Access. So after paying and downloading Access 2016, I got a screen when I tried to install that says: Stop, you should wait to install Office 2016. Then it says it will have to remove Office 2013. And it says - verbatim - : "This app doesn't work with Office 2016 right now. We're working on a solution."I would expect an alternate interim solution, like offering Access 2013 but they don't.
Date published: 2015-12-03
Rated 1 out of5 by fromDOES NOT WORK IF YOU HAVE OFFICE 2013!PURCHASED ACCESS 2016, AS MY OFFICE 2013 DID NOT INCLUDE ACCESS. IT SAYS CAN NOT USE ACCESS 2016 WITH OFFICE 2013 AND WILL NEED TO UNINSTALL OFFICE 2013.WE NEED A FIX FOR THIS NOW OR A REFUND!
Date published: 2015-12-23
Rated 1 out of5 by fromTemplates don't loadTried using Access for the first time and none of the templates were able to download
Date published: 2016-02-06
Rated 1 out of5 by fromDon't botherIf you have any version of Microsoft Office prior to 2016 this will be useless unless you delete your older versions. You may as well buy/subscribe to Microsoft Office Personal which is cheaper (for a year) than this is and it includes Access, along with all of the other programs that I already have. I wouldn't know if this actually works though since it isn't compatible with my 2013 Office.
Date published: 2015-10-19
Rated 4 out of5 by fromhas bugshave a few bugs that needs to be worked out would love to report them but not sure where to.
Date published: 2015-11-23
Rated 4 out of5 by fromGreat power but needs a few updateGreat power and flexibility to create applications for our small business clients. I have recently heard blog reporters mention “the market for Access is shrinking.” As an owner of a software firm, our 1,800+ clients have actually asked for MORE capabilities and development projects with a front-end of Access. So I could not disagree more with the said blogs. Our clients love the ability to, in-house, develop queries after a brief "how-to," giving them great flexibility to generate data output on their own. The option to quickly manipulate data and create reporting functions is an invaluable asset.Only two issues (aside from minor bugs) are 1) touch-keyboard (on Surface 2/3/3Pro & HP Laptops) will not respond (pop-out) when I enter into a text field which makes tablet use more difficult than it needs to be and 2) we need Microsoft to release a 2016 Run-Time version of 2016 so we can properly link to other Office 2016 applications such as Outlook and Excel (which our small business already have). Last suggestions is to enable a database converter to Visual Studio so that we can leverage VS to create a web-based, mobile friendly app to complement their Access front-end / SQL back-end deployment.Overall, I would and will recommend Access 2016 to our clients -- after the first update is released to clear up a few minor bugs. We look forward to Microsoft's new features coming to Access 2016 and beyond!
Date published: 2015-12-04
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