Free 60-Day Trial Of Microsoft Office 2013 Now Available [Updates]

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microsoft office free trialDo you want to try out the latest version of Office – or do you just want to use the full suite for free? If so, you’re in luck. Microsoft has officially unveiled the evaluation copy on its TechNet site. And it’s not stripped down version, either. It’s the full version of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013.

This suite includes expected software such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Access and Publisher. It also includes Lync, the company’s new instant messaging and conferencing software. All of the features of the normal version are available.

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Before you bother downloading the Microsoft Office free trial, however, check your version of Windows. Office 2013 does not have support for Windows XP or Windows Vista. You will also need at least 1GB of RAM (2GB for the 64-bit  versions) and a resolution of 1024×576.

The evaluation version will serve as a first look at the software for many users. Though copies have shipped to PC manufacturers the official retail release date is still set for the first half of 2013. Downloading the evaluation now may put you ahead of the curve.

However, since there’s no guarantee that Office 2013 will launch before the evaluation is over, you may need to downgrade before the full version can be purchased. A price and release date is expected on December 1st.

Source: Microsoft> via Betanews

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Lisa Santika Onggrid

While Word and Powerpoint seems okay, OneNote suffers a lot. It’s really ugly compared to the 2007 version. Good thing I decided to stop using it.


mohit kumar

What’s the price of Office 2013? Though I’m not buying until 2 months.


vineed gangadharan

Good move by microsoft still i like using free office suit like kingsoft office…



checking it out now….here we go.


Malkhaz Abuladze

waiting for the official retail release, i do not like installing programs without the license key. thanks anyway



not only we are invited to migrate to Windows 8 but also to Microsoft office 2013, every 3 years we have to migrate all computer hardware also:)

Imagine inserting a Bing map app, right inside Excel, to map spreadsheet data!



This 3 year “forced upgrade” is ridiculous. I’m still using XP and will go on using XP until hardware no longer supports it. Then I’ll go open source with Linux. Microsoft can go suck on an egg.


Douglas Mutay

Will certainly give it a try. Just wondering what’s really new inside. Maybe the skin and appearance compare to previous version. Let’s see. Thanks for sharing.


Austen Gause

why is this incompatible with windows xp




Bernardo Delapasion

why not just make it free … i could just torrent this one on p b


Giggity Goebbels

Microsoft wants you to move on,though this is sort of forcing people.

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