Microsoft’s Windows 11 operating system will be released next week, on October 5. The firm has disclosed the features and pricing of Office 2021 ahead of its formal release. Along with Windows 11, the most recent client software package will be introduced. For organisations and people who don’t want to deal with a Microsoft 365 subscription, Office 2021 will be a standalone edition.
Most of the apps in the package will now have a revised look, more stock images, a search bar for commands, performance enhancements, an updated draw tab, and support for OpenDocument format (ODF) 1.3, among other things. All of the apps have certain additional capabilities that are exclusively available in that workspace. In addition, real-time co-authoring will be available in the desktop apps, allowing you to collaborate on the same document with others as long as the document is hosted on OneDrive.
Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Microsoft Teams will be included in Office Home and Student 2021 for PC and Mac. It’ll set you back $149.99. Office Home and Business 2021 costs $249.99 and includes all of the programmes from Office Home and Student, as well as Outlook and the ability to utilise all of the apps for business.
The preview build appears to be the final version of Windows 11 before the actual launch. All Windows Insiders can get the build now; they just need to move from Beta or Dev to Preview on Windows 10. This will assist consumers with obtaining a free copy of Windows 11 prior to its official release. You can use the Microsoft PC Health Check app or read through the company’s basic criteria to see if your device is compatible with the Windows 11 operating system.