Skip that Microsoft 365 subscription with Office 2021
Microsoft is doing its best to sway every user to a Microsoft 365 subscription for all of their Office and Microsoft software needs, but subscription fatigue is real and there is a healthy portion of personal and business users that don’t want to take on that commitment.
At Ignite 2020 last fall, Microsoft confirmed that a new subscription-free update for Office was coming in the second half of 2021. Today, the company announced that Office 2021 will indeed arrive on time with versions for Windows and macOS arriving later this year (via The Verge).
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