Thinking about making a move to Microsoft Office 2013, but want to try your hands on Office 2013 before making the final purchase? Here’s a guide that will help you do just that.
Through Office Professional Plus 2013 productivity suite, Microsoft offers its users a chance to give a spin to its latest productivity suite before making a final purchase. The trial version offers access to all the popular Office applications like Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, Access, Outlook, Publisher, and Lync. Fully optimized for Windows 8, Office 2013 comes with a touch-friendly, Metro user interface and a number of improved features that are capable of running the legacy Windows applications on your computer. The trial version comes in both 32- and 64-bit versions and is available in several languages, including English, German, Spanish, French, Chinese, and Japanese.
However, Windows users can also buy the stand-alone versions of Microsoft Office 2013 productivity suite the old way. Available in three different versions, Office Home and Student 2013, Office Home and Business 2013, and Office Professional 2013, these suites offer single computer license to its users and are recommended for families that share one central computer at their homes.
Read more to know about the features and benefits of the different versions of Microsoft Office 2013 productivity suite.