Microsoft Office 2013 preview available now for download to the public

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If you haven’t heard, Microsoft just made available the latest consumer preview version of its most famous productivity software suite, codename “Office 15”. Would you like to download and try it? In this release you’ll be able to try the new Word, Excel, OneNote, PowerPoint, Outlook and more. Microsoft Office 2013 has been optimized and designed for Windows 8 and now also features more cloud-enabled options for better collaboration, sharing and storage. This latest version supports Windows 7, but the company has dropped the support for Windows XP and Vista.

If you’re curious, just visit the Microsoft website, register, and download a copy — No product key necessary.


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