On the 5th of October, users can expect the launch of the new MS Office along with the latest Windows 11
In the 2020’s Microsoft Ignite event, the tech giant had made an announcement that a newer version of Microsoft Office will soon be released for Windows and Mac OS. Recently, the company has given an official release date for the same. On the 5th of October, users can expect the launch of the new MS Office along with the latest Windows 11. MS Office is all set to be released in the perpetual version. This means that the users will no longer pay the fee on a subscription basis; instead, they will be playing at once.
With this type of license, the users will receive continuous updates until they want, and the app will work even after Microsoft stops releasing new patch-up updates for that version. This perpetual app is bound to just one device, and users cannot use it more than once. It is very feasible to go with the perpetual version when compared to the subscription model, and millions of users and companies are also going with this. Moreover, Microsoft is increasing the subscription fee for Office from next year. Some of the expected features in the new Office are Line Focus, Dark Mode, LOOKUP, and dynamic arrays for Excel.