Which Is Better – Microsoft Office 2013 Vs 365.

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I have got a trial version of Office 365 on my laptop but I want to install Office 2013. I want to know which Office is better – Microsoft Office 2013 vs 365.

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Which Is Better – Microsoft Office 2013 Vs 365.


Well, office 2013 and office 365 are completely different from each other. Office 2-13 provides you with the Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc. as your primary suites but Office 365 provides you a wide range of products to use.

Office 2013 works only on your desktop, but Office 365 connects your all the office files with your cloud. Hence, you can find all your data over your cloud if you have Office 365. Earlier, Office 365 didn’t work if you don’t have internet on your PC. No internet means no office.

But now, various updates have been added to this suite, and this situation is solved. So overall, Office 365 is better than Office 2013.

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Which Is Better – Microsoft Office 2013 Vs 365.


Microsoft Office 2013 can be installed by purchasing a license while Microsoft Office 365 is subscription based. Before installing Microsoft Office 2013, make sure your computer meets the requirements. Microsoft Office 2013 supports Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10 including Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, and Windows Server 2012 R2.

It requires 1 GHz or faster processor with SSE2 support, 1 GB RAM for 32-bit and 2 GB RAM for 64-bit, and 3 GB free space. Some features may also require you to install Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5, 4.0, or 4.5 so make sure to install them. The Microsoft Office 365 suite is a hosted, online version of the standalone Microsoft Office suite application.

This hosted Office suite is subscription-based and includes Microsoft Office Web Apps, Microsoft Office, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Lync Online. For companies, one advantage of using Microsoft Office 365 is that the cloud service is provided by Microsoft itself. This removes a company’s IT tasks like patching and infrastructure support costs. For end users, you can access Office 365 anywhere and on any device with an internet connection.

One of the features of Office 365 is Microsoft Office and it includes Microsoft Office Word, Microsoft Office Excel, Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Microsoft Office Outlook, Microsoft Office OneNote, Microsoft Office Publisher, Skype for Business, and Microsoft Office Access. The features of Office 365 vary extensively depending on the subscription plan. Microsoft designed subscription plans for home users, enterprise IT, and anywhere in between.

If you wish to use Office 365, go to Microsoft Office 365 to log in or sign up. You need to have a Microsoft account to use Office 365.

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