Microsoft Office 365 Home | 1-year subscription, 5 users, PC/Mac Download
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- 1-year subscription for 5 PCs or Macs, 5 tablets including iPad, Android, or Windows, plus 5 phones
- Each user also gets 1 TB of OneDrive Cloud storage
- Always have the latest, fully installed versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote (Publisher and Access are available on PC only)
- NOTE: Currently, this item is available only to customers located in the United States
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Office 365 Home 1-year subscription, Up to 5 users
Best Choice for households
- 1 TB cloud storage for each user
- Exclusive, new features
- 60 minutes per month per user on Skype
|Office 365 Home||Office 365 Personal||Office 2016 Home & Student||Office 2016 Home & Business|
|Users||Up to 5 Users||1 User||1 User||1 User|
|Device||5 PCs/Macs, 5 Tablets||1 PC/Mac, 1 Tablet||1 PC only or 1 Mac only||1 PC only or 1 Mac only|
|One Drive||1 TB storage/user||1 TB storage/user|
|Skype||60 minutes per month/user||60 minutes per month/user|
Office 365 comes fully loaded with the latest and greatest versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook and more, downloaded directly to your favorite devices. You can keep working even if you are not online. All the tools you know and love, now built for even greater productivity and collaboration.
Platform: O365 Home Download | Edition: Home 365
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Also by dangling the "5 license carrot" this product becomes very appealing - especially to those of us that want the additional software such as outlook / publisher / one note. This breaks down to less than $2 per month per computer - Giving "Free" a run for it's money.
If you are looking for the 'core' office items (Word / Excel / PowerPoint) to use on one or perhaps two PC's - Simply buy Office Home and Student.
PRO's of 365:
1. Price - If you are comparing 365 to the Office Professional then spending $100 VS $400 (or even $219 for Office Home/Business) is tempting. What really adds to the temptation of 365 is that you can install it on 5 machines as opposed to one machine on the other platforms. So if you need office on your home computer, laptop, and the kids school computer - office 365 may be the route to take; And you would still have 2 licenses left. If you make full use of the 5 licenses you are only paying $1.66 per month per computer.
2. FULL office suite. Your get all 7 software pieces found in Office Pro - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, Access.
3. Virtual Office - If for whatever reason you don't have your computer with you, you can access 'office on demand'. This will stream a copy of office to any internet connected machine and you can access your files via sky drive. Nice if you are at someones house / public internet terminal.
4. No longer cloud only - In the past 365 was a cloud only app - the software had limited features and capabilities compared to the full desktop versions, and if you didn't have an Internet connection you didn't have Office. No more though, you run the real software on your machine locally - so if you are on a plane, or without internet you can still use the product.
5. "Free" Upgrades - With 365 you are leasing the latest version. So as long as you maintain your subscription, in a few years when the next version comes out you will be able to upgrade without having to 're-buy' office.
1. You are 'locked in' - Every year you must renew your lease if you want continued functionality. You will still be able to view your documents and notes, but if you don't renew you loose the ability to edit them.
2. Tablet support - 365 works well on Win 8 tablets, but no support yet for Android or Apple.
3. Price - There is no price guarantee, what is $100 this year may be $149 next year. Although I don't see Microsoft pulling any "Gotchas!" with this product. They already know there is some pretty stiff free competition by Google and Open Office. I think the $100 price point is here for at least 2 years perhaps 3, then we will see a sales pitch to "renew early and avoid the price increase to 119".
The bottom line is this, Office 365 is a good product that runs quite smooth, 365 is now a solid product. It feels more streamlined than office 2010, and it can really reclaim those people that switched to the free software. At less than $2 per month per computer its a good deal.
Immediately I realized that the integration with OneDrive app and Office 365 was a little rough. I haven't explored that further yet. I also haven't logged into my MS account as well and it seems to require you to do that to upload documents through Office 365 instead of using their separate OneDrive app. So that through me off a little.
The process of purchasing and downloading from Amazon was pretty seamless. I thought I would have to grab the product code, go to office.com and redeem it manually. I like how their link connects you directly into your account (assuming you are signed in under the correct account) and it inputs the product key and you basically just have to choose a few different options and accept.
One of the best features I like of this Suite is that it comes with 60 Skype minutes per month. This is a smaller added bonus as this is good for the random call or 2 that I may do when I do not want to use my cell phone. Or I just want to be able to talk on my computer to someone else using their cell phone.
I also love the 1GB of cloud storage in OneDrive. Now I know there are die-hard fans that will always prefer Google over Microsoft, but 8 out of 10 times I will prefer a Microsoft product vs. Google and I ultimately love the OneDrive experience. All be it, I type this in Google Chrome which I absolutely love. So that is 1 out of those 10 times. So that is an added perk as well.
Also Microsoft recently came about with 2016 versions of the Office programs so that is what I have. Seems to be pretty solid and I just do not like how you have to pay for it annually. However, that may not be as bad if I can get it on-sale every year from Amazon.