The new Office 2016 public preview, available for download today, May 4, is the second public test version of Office 2016. The first preview, delivered in March 2015,office 2016 technical preview download was for IT Pros and developers. The new public preview is available to both Office 365 subscribers (with Pro Plus as part of their subscriptions) and non-subscribers – and both home users and enterprise users.
Office 2016 works on Windows 7, 8 and Windows 10 PCs, laptops and tablets. Users must uninstall Office 2013 in order to use the new preview; the two versions cannot run side-by-side. Also worth knowing: Microsoft will be updating the public preview regularly,office home and student 2016 iso both before it is made commercially available and beyond.
Microsoft officials reiterated that the Office 2016 suite for Windows desktops will be available in the fall of 2015, the same timing officials had shared previously.
Microsoft also is working on touch-first/Universal versions of its key Office apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, activate microsoft office 2016 product key OneNote and Outlook) for Windows 10 devices that will be available for download via the Windows 10 Store. A second version of those touch-first mobile apps for Windows 10 Mobile are expected to be available for testers early this week.
Microsoft has been testing privately Office 2016 since last year. free microsoft office 2016 product keyTesters have said they’ve seen relatively few brand-new features in the coming suite.
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