Where to get MS Office 2013

Created: Tuesday, February 12, 2013, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:12 am

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As most of us know, Microsoft’s Office suite is probably the world’s most frequently used bunch of programs. Some programs within Microsoft Office are over 25 years old – every few years, Microsoft releases an updated version of these programs that include Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Continuing this legacy, Microsoft has recently released the latest incarnation of this suite called Microsoft Office 2013 . This new version of Office offers several tremendous features that are geared towards all sorts of users including businesses, students etc.

Where to get MS Office 2013 ?

There are several easy ways of obtaining your copy of Office 2013:

  1. Head over to Office.com, and download a trial of the full-featured edition of Office 2013 by using your Microsoft account and completing the registration procedure. Once your trial period is over, you can actually convert the trial into a full version by paying online through your credit card.Where To Get Office 2013?Note: What is a Microsoft account? If you have a Windows Live, Hotmail, MSN, Xbox, Zune, or any other similar Microsoft product account – then you already have a Microsoft account. Otherwise, it’s easy and free to create a Microsoft account.
  2. Rather than download from Office.com, you may be eligible for a full version of Office 2013 if you are a Technet or MSDN subscriber with product download benefits. Even if you do not have a subscription, you may still Download the Microsoft Office 2013 installer from the Technet website. Either way, you need to sign in with your Microsoft account – the trial version lets you evaluate Office 2013 for a period of 60 days.
    Where To Get Office 2013?
  3. Additionally, you can also get Office 2013 as part of a subscription – this is like renting software and you may get more than one license of Office 2013, depending upon which subscription level you choose. Microsoft’s subscription option for Office is called Office 365, and there are both pros and cons of choosing this option over your regular software purchase. The largest benefit is that your software is always up to date – and when Microsoft upgrades Office 2013 to the next version, you will not have to pay again to get that version. The disadvantage is that you will have to pay a small subscription amount every month – otherwise your software will stop working!

Note: For users who are still using Windows XP or Vista, Office 2013 will not install on your OS platform. This latest version is only compatible with Windows 7 and 8, Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2012. Additionally, it also works within Surface RT and Surface Pro tablets.

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