Microsoft Office 365 Personal 1 Year | PC or Mac Download

Platform : Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Mac OS X
3.8 out of 5 stars 746 customer reviews

Price: $69.99
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This product is non-returnable and non-refundable.
Note: Currently, this item is available only to customers located in the United States.
Download size: 3 GB
Download time: 8 minutes on broadband, 5 days, 4 hours and 49 minutes on dial-up
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  • Save $20 on this product when you purchase it with a PC or Desktop that is sold and shipped by Amazon.com. Add both products to cart to see savings.
  • 1-year subscription for 1 PC or Mac, 1 tablet including iPad, Android, or Windows, plus 1 phone
  • Full, installed 2016 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook. (Also includes Publisher, Access, and Onenote for PC users.)
  • 60 Skype minutes per month and 1 TB OneDrive online storage per user
  • Product download occurs on Office.com. Details about the download process are listed below.
  • NOTE: Office 365 Personal is an annual subscription with 1 year included at initial purchase and requires renewal at term end to maintain full access.

Please note: This item requires a download directly from Microsoft. See steps involved below:

1. Once you have completed your software download purchase at Amazon.com, you must click the "Continue to Office.com" button to get your software. The "Continue to Office.com" button can be found in your confirmation email, Your Games and Software Library, and on the Thank You page once you've completed your purchase.

2. You will be directed to a custom Microsoft Office site to register or sign-in with a Microsoft account.

3. Select your preferred country and language.

4. From your "My Account" page with Microsoft, select the item that you want to install.

5. Click the "Install" button to begin your download.


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Product Description

Platform: PC/Mac Download

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.

Product Information

Platform:PC/Mac Download
ASIN B00IT6WQDQ
Release date April 14, 2014
Customer Reviews
3.8 out of 5 stars 746 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #24 in software
#7 in Software > Business & Office > Office Suites
#10 in Software > Mac Software
Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
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Installations 5 PCs or Macs, 5 tablets, 5 phones 1 PC or Mac, 1 tablet, 1 phone 1 PC only 1 PC only 1 Mac only 1 Mac only
Core Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote
Email, calendars, and tasks: Outlook
Desktop publishing & databases: Publisher, Access (PC Only)
Easy smartphone access: View and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents on the fly
Skype: 60 minutes of Skype calls each month to phones in 60+ countries Per user for 5 users For 1 user
1 TB OneDrive cloud storage: Save documents for easy access and sharing virtually anywhere Per user for 5 users For 1 user
Easy subscription (Renewal required) 1 year 1 year
Always up-to-date: Always have the latest Office applications

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By Jacob and Kiki Hantla TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 16, 2014
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UPDATE: Since I wrote this review, Microsoft has increased included cloud storage with Office365 to UNLIMITED!!! This is an incredible deal whose value eclipses the price of the subscription, even at full price. But why not pay less and buy this subscription key card.

As a long-time Microsoft Office user, I was very hesitant to make a jump to a subscription product, finally the opportunity to edit my files on my iPhone and iPad convinced me to make the jump, against my better judgment. Now a few months in, I'm very glad that I did.

First, let me speak to buying a subscription key card from Amazon: NO BRAINER! At the time of writing this review, you will definitely save money: At the time of writing, you can save $20 for a year on the personal card and $32.50 on the home card. It is the exact same product as if you buy a download, you just save money (although you do have to wait a couple of days for the shipment).

Should you get personal or home? I can see only one situation in which home is a good idea: If you are single, have only one computer, and only one mobile device (tablet or smartphone). With personal, you get a subscription to install the office suite on only one computer and only one mobile device (iOS or Android). The home subscription will get you five times the subscription for only $17.50 more. When you purchase a subscription key, you still download office, but you download it from Microsoft's website and register it with the code on the key card.

What do you get? With a personal subscription you get an installation of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, and OneNote. If you run a PC (not a Mac) you also get Publisher & Access. The absence of these two programs is one of the reasons I dropped the rating to four stars.
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The current trend for software companies is to provide "software as a service" (SaaS) where the user licenses an application for a finite amount of time. There are pros and cons for the user here - since ownership is established via your Microsoft account (yes, you'll need one if you don't already have one), you don't need to worry about holding physical discs or keys; you don't pay for it longer than you need it; you can more easily use it on a variety of devices (mostly Microsoft tablets - check their website for list of compatible iPads and OS version).

This pricing model could work well for apps with specific uses that would otherwise be overly expensive, e.g. Photoshop (Adobe also rolled out this SaaS plan later year to much anguish). However, for the basic word processing, spreadsheet and presentation uses that most people look to Office for, this model could actually turn out to be more expensive in the long run. Put another way, most people are likely using a version of Office that is many years old and that's still fine for their simple uses - that Word 2007 (or even 97!) that you purchased for perpetuity still lets you type, format and print those handful of letters that you need to create each year. So I believe that only power users of Word, Excel and/orPowerPoint and/or homes with multiple PCs would really benefit from the SaaS pricing model. Others will likely be frustrated when forced to fork over a subscription fee every 12 months. Microsoft packages some online goodies to soften this blow - Skype minutes and 20GB of online storage - but many either won't use this or will know that there are cheaper/free ways to get the same elsewhere.

Installation was as straightforward as any Microsoft install.
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You just cannot believe the sheer number of dumb changes from prior versions. I will just highlight a few example but these are just a few. The low contrast, "flat" style icons for functions and options are clearly meant to copy Mac's move that way--which I think was just dumb. These are now lower contrast and harder to see and find. They essentially reduce the visual cues for finding what you are looking for by reducing color and shape. Stupid. It was dumb of Apple to go that way (though, find in my view to get rid of skewmorphic stuff) and it's dumber here. And you cannot change or adjust this. You are just limited to their harder to see, harder to differentiate, icons. Second, the deep integration with their cloud drive, pushing you all the time (all the dang time) toward their OneDrive, is maddening. I am deeply committed to Dropbox, thank you very much, and you CANNOT add Dropbox as a "place" with their button to add places. So, your option there is pretty much OneDrive. Pathetic. You can navigate to your DropBox folder if you want to spend the time ALL the time. And it does take more time. If you are a committed DropBox user, try to NEVER upgrade to anything beyond 2010 Office. Buy up old versions, because they seem very stubbornly committed to making it hard to work the way you want to work. Third, all sorts of stuff is just changed and for not very good reasons. PowerPoint comes to mind here. They committed, for you, to the 16:9 layout over the 4:3. Has anyone sent you their 16:9 forrmatted file to review yet? I get them. And they are a pain in the rear to read. Yes, they (Microsoft) is trying to go with the common PC formatted screen and not give way to the popular iPad 4:3 (and older style 4:3), but most of the world in powerpoint runs on 4:3.Read more ›
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