For all Microsoft Office freaks out here, here’s good news for you, Office 2013 Pro Trial version is available for download. However, the official release of Office 2013 full version is rumored to be scheduled on May, 2013.

Office 2013 consumer preview has garnered a lot of positive response already. Check out Office 2013 consumer preview features. In a nut shell, Microsoft is basically eyeing to create a common platform through Windows 8. So it also implemented cloud sync, by adding support to one of the Best Cloud Storage provider, Skydrive.

Another notable feature of Microsoft Office 2013 is re-worked multiple user collaboration system which allows you and your colleagues to work on a PowerPoint presentation or word document simultaneously

Free Upgrade Option

If you are a genuine license holder of Microsoft Office 2010. If you’ve bought your version between October 19th, 2012 to April 30th, 2013, you are eligible for a free upgrade. You just need to subscribe for an e-mail reminder and you will receive your link for Free upgrade when it gets released

Follow this link to signup for the Free Upgrade offer

Microsoft Office 2013 System Requirements.

Before proceeding to install Microsoft Office 2013 Trial, make sure your PC meets the following requirements

  • CPU: Minimum of 1GHZ processor with SSE2 instruction set
  • Storage Space: At least 3 GB of free space in your hard drive
  • Software Library: .NET Framework version 3.5 or above
  • RAM: Minimum of 1 GB
  • O.S: Windows 7 or later, Windows 2008 Server R2 package or above
  • Video Card: A Direct X 10 supporting Video Card/Graphics Card is necessary

If you are planning on to use touch interface functions, you will need to a have multi touch input. However it is completely optional, all functions are accessible through keyboard and mouse

Microsoft Office 2013 Download

You can download Microsoft Office 2013 trial version for free from Microsoft’s official page. The total trial period is 60 days. The package includes all the popular packages like PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Access, One Note  Publisher and Lync.

If you face any problems or errors while installing or updating, let me know through comments.

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Last Updated on April 17, 2014

Comments:
  1. Saad Masood

    looks cool thanks for sharing
    will wait for the full version

  2. Carl Johnson

    To me it looks exactly the same as the one they currently have on the Microsoft Surface and the Asus TF600. Also it looks like the old one, it doesn’t have as many improvements as I would have liked. But then again this is only a trial so it might be better as a full version.

  3. LTO3

    Wow Microsoft always one step is up of others. I am using MS office since my child hood and learn a lot of its features.

  4. Anderson

    First of all it takes time to come in the market … it can be used if everybody uses in the market otherwise we can’t !

  5. Rajkumar Jonnala

    hi,
    I like MS 2013 because of its graphics effect. Its in power point more good and cool templates are available. So I like it. and thanks for sharing with us :)

  6. Jordey Comprollofa

    I love this design. I use Microsoft word a lot and think the simpler the design the better, accessibility and function is king!

  7. ppt

    I’m gonna love this office

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