Everything you want to know about Office 365 before to install it
Microsoft has just published the Office 2016 Preview program for home and enterprise. It's accessible to Office 365 readers along with other Office users and non-Office users around the Office website.
If you are not an Office 365 subscriber, you may download a 32-bit or 64-bit installer for your Office 2016 Preview from the website.
A click on one of these download links loads a little stub installer into the computer system that arranges the full setup package when implemented on it.
There's not any advice on how large that , but expect it to be countless Megabyte large.
Use the item key on the machine after installation when requested to input it. You are asked to activate Office when you establish one of the programs that ship with it for your first time. There you will need to click on the"enter a product key rather" connection to offer the key over and trigger the trailer this way.
Microsoft notes you will have the ability to go back to all those models if you eliminate the Office 2016 Preview again from the PC.
The company refers users to the general system requirements page for Office which lists various needs based on Office products you might utilize.
What we do know at this point is that you just need Windows 7 or more to install the preview on the computer (sorry Vista users).
Should you choose Office 2013 as a baseline, your computer should meet the following recommendations:
Hard Disk: 3 Gigabyte of storage area.
The preview contains the following programs:
Office 365 readers can participate in the preview if their subscription comes with Office 365 ProPlus rights.
A wording in the Office 2016 Preview page indicates that preview users will need to buy an Office 365 subscription once the trial period expires to continue using Office 2016. Another choice listed on this webpage is to uninstall the trailer to go back to the first version (if one was set up onto the PC).
Does this mean an Office 365 subscription is mandatory for Office 365 Download? Or is that just about the Preview itself only which you will need to update or uninstall as it expires?
About the trial period. The notification can be shut and won't appear another time. It is likely that it will be exhibited often though.