Microsoft announced today that it will release Office 2021 for Windows and Mac by the end of 2021 and be supported for five years.
“We plan to release Office 2021 for personal and small business use later this year,” Microsoft corporate vice president Jared Spataro revealed today. “Office 2021 will be supported for five years with the traditional ‘one-time purchase’ model.”
Office 2021 will ship on both Windows and Mac and will include the OneNote app. On Windows, it will be available in both 32- and 64-bit versions.
Additionally, Microsoft says that it will not change the price for the various Office 2021 products when compared to their Office 2019 equivalents. The software giant says that it will provide more details about new features included in Office 2021 closer to general availability.
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