Older versions of Office were designed to save documents, spreadsheets, and other Office files only to your local hard drive.
With the integration of One Drive Storing data remotely and syncing them across devices has never been so easy, especially if you're using Windows 8.1.
These products are of severe importance as they are used all around the world.
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Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom built by Puget Systems OS Windows 7 x64 Pro CPU Intel i7 4771 3.50 GHz Motherboard ASUS Z87-A Memory Kingston DDR3 - 16GB Graphics Card Intel HD Graphics 4600 Sound Card M-Audio Delta Audiofile 2496 Monitor(s) Displays Samsung Sync Masterr 2043 BWX Keyboard Dell PS/2 Mouse Logitech USB PSU built in - part of case - 650 Watt Case Fractal Design R4 Cooling Coolmaster Hyper TX3 Hard Drives Samsung SSD 840 PRO WDC WD1002FAEX-00Z3A0 Internet Speed 50 Mb Cable Antivirus Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 Browser Firefox Open one of the Office programs, such as Excel, when it opens select "File" up on the LH top of the screen, the look down the list & you will see "Accounts" select that & it will show a couple of dialogue boxes one of which is Updates. I certainly would not recommend disabling it for security reasons & keeping your Office right up to date.
I use Office 2013 Pro & I find that most automatic updates seem to occur about the middle of the month, if that is any help.
One feature that may puzzle you is the Microsoft Office Upload Center, introduced in Office 2010 and living on through 20.