Microsoft company released Microsoft Office Home and Business 2019 for Windows this fall, it did so not with a bang, yet a murmur. In years gone by, Microsoft normally heralded brand-new Office launches with terrific fanfare and also buzz, however this time it released an article or two with few details and left it at that.
There's excellent reason for that: Microsoft is pushing Office 365, the membership of version of Office, over the perpetual variation of the collection. When you buy a continuous variation of Office, such as Office 2016 or Office 2019, you pay a single cost for it and also own it forever-- and it never ever obtains brand-new functions. That remains in comparison to Office 365, which requires an ongoing registration fee as well as is continuously upgraded with new attributes. It's clear that Microsoft wants people to transfer to Office 365, so it wants to draw as little interest as possible to any type of new perpetual Office release.
There's an additional factor that Microsoft whispered. It made use of to be that whenever Microsoft released Office with a new variation number-- for example, Office 2016-- that variation was a lot more powerful than any other available. That's no longer the situation. Office 2019 is significantly less effective than Office 365. There's absolutely nothing new in Office 2019 that hasn't currently been available for quite time to countless Office 365 customers (the business states it has more than 31 mill