Microsoft Powerpoint 2016 adds a range of new feature to the most popular presentation software on the market. A variety of new features make design and presentation recording easier (although some of these are available only to Office 365 subscribers). Like the other Office apps, Powerpoint has also had its Help feature significantly upgraded -- finding out how to achieve a particular task is much simpler than in previous versions.
More of the same with a few tweaks
If you've used Powerpoint 2013, you won't see a lot of changes in Microsoft Powerpoint 2016. The interface is essentially the same, with the only changes being a few small additions such as the Help menu. Some design processes are now streamlined or automated: for instance, if you start entering a list of bullet points, Powerpoint will now offer to turn your list into an eye-catching SmartArt graphic. If you want to make your slides the old-fashioned way, of course, that's still possible.
Still the standard for presentation design
Microsoft Powerpoint 2016 is essentially a slightly improved version of its predecessor, with a few new features and some overall improvements in Office 2016. If you need to create presentations for work or school, it remains the go-to tool. If you didn't like the old version, however, there isn't a lot here to change your mind.