Which of the new Windows 10 devices will be able to run Office on it?
The new Office features are coming soon to a new generation of Windows 10 PCs, but for many users, they’ll be able access the applications directly on the PC rather than on their Mac or desktop.
That could be problematic for users who want to work in a similar way to a laptop, such as video editing, editing photos, or video editing a presentation.
The Office for Windows 10 desktop preview is available now, and while it’s not ready for public consumption yet, it’s already shaping up to be a big hit.
The preview lets you create, edit, share, and export PDF documents, PowerPoint presentations, and more.
The full Office desktop is also coming to Windows 10 soon, so Microsoft’s not stopping there.
You can sign up for Office 365 to get the full Office experience, and there’s also a free version of Office that’s available to get a taste of the full suite.
For those who have already set up Office 365 on their Windows 10 PC, you’ll be getting a free upgrade to Office 2019 in the coming months.