Microsoft officially took the wraps off the latest productivity suite â€“ Microsoft Office 2013, or better known as simply Office 15.
We wonâ€™t get into the nitty gritty of Office 15 for two main reasons: (1) thereâ€™s a lot to cover â€˜cause this is a huge HUGE improvement from previous Office releases and (2) weâ€™d rather just comment on it once we get our hands on the final and public.
Instead, weâ€™ll just give you a quick rundown of whatâ€™s there to get excited about in Office 2013. So without further ado, letâ€™s begin:
As for that bit about subscriptions, there are three to choose from:
Pricing, however, is still yet to be known.
So yeah, we can basically sum up Office 15 in one word – online. And if need it be said, Office 15 looks very very promising. We’re just hoping Microsoft’s subscription rates don’t spoil the fun for most users.
Anyway, if you’ve got a Windows 7 or Windows 8-powere machine, feel free to give this a go. Download the free trial version of Office 15 here. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to hit us up in the comments section below as we’d surely love to hear your take on Microsoft’s newest Office offering.
Full press release can be found here.
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