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Microsoft is killing off a way that many people were able to score deeply discounted versions of Office for home use. Office 2019 is available to purchase with a perpetual license (meaning you purchase it once, and it's yours forever), but Microsoft is removing this option from its Home Use Program (HUP). HUP allows business and educational institutions that purchase licensed software from Microsoft to offer that same software to employees at [often times] incredibly low prices. For example, my wife is a teacher, and her school district allows her to purchase Office Professional Plus 2019 for around $15 for use on her computer at home. Microsoft has now updated its HUP FAQ to state.... Read more...
Microsoft just announced that its next-generation Office 2019 productivity suite is available today for volume license customers. This is the traditional "offline" version of Office -- you know, the way that Microsoft used to deliver the productivity package before it began to focus more on the cloud-based Office 365 and recurring revenue from that subscription model. Office 2019 will replace Office 2016 in Microsoft's productivity suite lineup, and will come loaded with the following software applications: Word Excel PowerPoint Outlook Project Visio Access Publisher According to Microsoft, it is continuing to devote resources to standalone Office releases to cater to customers "who... Read more...
If you or your business was planning on upgrading to the Office 2019 productivity suite when it's released later this year, Microsoft has announced that it will be leaving out a large swath of its customer base. Office 2019 can only be installed on supported versions of the Windows 10 operating system. According to Microsoft, Office 2019 will ship in the second half of 2018, and will include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Skype for Business. The software giant says that Office 2019 will be supported on the following operating systems: Any supported Windows 10 SAC release Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2018 The next LTSC release of Windows Server Those of you running Windows 8.1 or older will... Read more...