Microsoft’s New Office App for Windows 10 Now Available to Everyone

Posted on February 20, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Microsoft 365, Office 365, Windows, Windows 10 with 10 Comments

Microsoft announced a new Office app for Windows 10 devices back in December of last year. The new Office app replaces the original My Office app, offering an improved experience, and bringing all of your Office files together into a central hub.

The new Office app is now rolling out to everyone via the Microsoft Store. It works even if you don’t actually pay for Office, and it even lets you use the Office Online apps if you don’t have the actual apps installed on your device. The app itself is a Progressive Web App based on, by the way.

And that means you get all the same functionality as — the ability to access your Office apps, search for files, see your recent documents, shared documents, etc. Microsoft says the app can now be downloaded be from the Microsoft Store, though it still seems to be rolling out, so you may not have the new experience right away.

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Comments (10)

10 responses to “Microsoft’s New Office App for Windows 10 Now Available to Everyone”

  1. skane2600

    So, what's the advantage on a PC for this over other options for Office?

  2. gregsedwards

    So then, it's basically an app-ified version of Neat.

  3. simont

    The link to the Microsoft Store needs to be updated. It contains as part of the link.

  4. Clarkb

    The Microsoft post reads "– a new app simply called, Office."

    The App in the Store the article links to is "My Office"

    Simply amazing.

  5. yoshi

    When are we going to see those new icons....?

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