Microsoft Office 2022: Why Windows 10 Users Won’t Be Getting It

Microsoft Office 2022: Why Windows 10 Users Won't Be Getting It

Microsoft just announced that it will be releasing an update to Office 2022 that will support Windows 10, but users on older operating systems will be out of luck.

What does this mean for people who still have time left on their support plan?

As the end of mainstream support for Windows 7 and 8.1 approaches, there is some good news if you’re still using either of these operating systems, with one exception – you won’t be able to get Microsoft Office 2022. That’s because in 2023 all versions of Microsoft Office will only be supported on Windows 10, with the exception of OneNote for iPad (supported on iOS 12).

Can I continue to use Microsoft Office 2016, 2013, and 2010?

You won’t be able to upgrade to Microsoft Office 2019 if you’re on the Windows 7 or 8.1 operating system, but the good news is that there are many other options. The most popular free option is Google Docs and Sheets, which integrates seamlessly with Google’s suite of tools like Gmail and Chrome. They offer templates, collaboration capabilities, and even a desktop version so you can continue working while offline. Another excellent free option is LibreOffice.

Will there be more time added to my support plan?

The thing with running a business is that you never know what’s going to happen. You might need more time added to your support plan. Or, if your computer breaks, it might need repairs. And when that happens, you’ll have peace of mind knowing we’re here for you.

What are some alternatives to using Microsoft Office?

The alternatives to Microsoft Office include Apple’s Pages, Keynote, and Numbers; LibreOffice Suite; Google’s G-Suite Docs, Sheets, and Slides; and Zoho.

Should I wait until the next version of Windows comes out before updating my computer?

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Where can I learn more about this decision?

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