Microsoft Office 2019 will only run on Windows 10
If you’re using Windows 10, that’s fine because the current operating system will be the only platform that will support the new Microsoft Office 2019.
If you are still using an older version of Windows, the alternative is a subscription for Office 365. Whatever you think about it, Microsoft Office Packages remain preferred by many private corporate users.
When it comes out, you will obviously need to either install Windows 10 or subscribe to Office 365. This limitation applies only to the Windows version of the package; on Mac there is no new or additional requirements.
“Modern software not only provides new features to help people do their best work, but also new, more efficient manageability solutions and more comprehensive approaches to security. Software that is more than a decade old, and hasn’t benefited from this innovation, is difficult to secure and inherently less productive.” Microsoft said.
“As the pace of change accelerates, it has become imperative to move our software to a more modern cadence.”
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