Recently, Microsoft announced the new Office 2013 and Office 365 productivity software suites. This release is very important for Mac users. Office 365 impacts Mac users, but it doesn’t introduce any new features; rather, it is a new licensing model for Office for Mac.
The Microsoft Office 365 is available at $10 per month or $100 per year. And a subscription to Office 365 gives you the right to download Office software to up to five computers. For Mac users, what you'll download is Office for Mac 2011—it's pretty much the same version of the suite that we've been using for a couple of years now, but it's been updated to include activation for Office 365 Home Premium. Your subscription must be renewed monthly or annually in order to continue to use the software.
If you currently own Office for Mac 2011, you must uninstall that software when you sign up for Office 365. You will then download and install Office for Mac 2011 through your Office 365 account—again, on up to five Macs.
Besides, Mac users who sign up for Office 365 will also get 20GB of SkyDrive storage (up from the 5GB that comes with a free account) and 60 minutes per month of Skype calls.
In my opinion, the Microsoft announcement will get more customers in Mac users. It allows a PC without Word, Excel, or PowerPoint installed to run those programs by Internet streaming. You can try it by Microsoft Official website.
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