According to Microsoft, Office 2021 will launch on the 5th of October. If you want to get your hands on Microsoft Office, there are several options available. One of those options would be to subscribe to Microsoft 365. Which would effectively ensure that you always had the most up-to-date version. But it may end up costing you significantly more in the long term. In the event that you prefer to make one-time purchases, Microsoft’s most recent announcement may be of interest to you.
According to Microsoft, Office 2021 will be release on the 5th of October, which coincides with the introduction of Windows 11. So everything should work well together. Unfortunately, there aren’t many specifics available regarding Office 2021 at the present. But Microsoft says on its website that more information will release shortly.
While the launch date for Microsoft Office 2021 has announced alongside another announcement on Microsoft’s website. This news concerned Office Long-Term Support and Maintenance (LTSC), which has intended for commercial customers. Whereas Office 2021 has intended for normal users.
It is meant for specific circumstances such as “regulated devices that cannot accept feature upgrades, process control devices on the factory floor,”. And “specialty systems that cannot connect to the internet,” the business claims. For those who are looking forward to Office 2021, be sure to check back with us in the coming weeks for further information.