Renewable licenses are for the birds, especially in the current economic climate. Head into the new year with an affordable lifetime license to Microsoft Office Home & Business for Mac or Windows 2021, available now for $40.
Families and small businesses looking for classic Office programs, plus connectivity, will particularly appreciate this bundle, which includes Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Teams. Get the productivity you need, as well as easy communication and collaboration.
Since these programs are all the full, standalone versions, you won’t ever need to pay an annual or monthly fee for them again. The bundle also includes updates and free customer service. You can start using it immediately after installation, which will be fast and easy with this digital download. You’ll also get an email with download instructions and an activation code as soon as your purchase is complete.
Remember, though, that you can use the license on only one computer at a time. So, if you get a new laptop, you have to uninstall the version on your old machine before installing it on the new one. That means you absolutely must save the license key somewhere you can easily find it again.
PCMag readers can get a lifetime license for Microsoft Office 2021 Home & Business for Mac or Windows, currently on sale for $39.99—88% off the $349 MSRP.
Prices subject to change.
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