Many people assume Microsoft Office 2013 will set the price as expensive as the price of Office 2010. Yet it must be admitted that Microsoft has provided many new features, so it is not likely it will sell Microsoft Office 2013 is more expensive than the version of Office 2010.
Currently Office 2010 Home and Student sells for $119.99. While Office 2010 Home and Business can you get for $199.99. Keep in mind that price for one license only. If you want a single user license for three (three-user license) for use in your work or your business was founded, Microsoft offers a price of $149.99 for Office 2010 Home and Student version of Office 2010 while the Home and Business is offered for $279.99.
Quite expensive. Arguably even Microsoft Office is too expensive removing them. On the other hand the user can easily find an alternative to Office, from which free up other applications that are sold at lower prices. The question now, is it necessary you buy Microsoft Office 2013?
In the midst of an era of technology and freedom as it is now, a lot of talk that the party will set the price of Microsoft Office for their highly implausible. Google Play Store is one example that supports the app store era. App store for Android mobile application that provides a much cheaper price, not even a bit of free sale, so the user can easily try the application provided. On the other hand, Microsoft Office is not the only Office suite for the desktop. So to what a lot of money for one application bundle?
It could be that Google’s products will be able to replace the role of Microsoft Office. Call it Google Docs. This application is there anywhere you need. Equally important, the application is free. You can even use it in tablet smartphone as well. While Microsoft Office will be used in the tablet, the next time Microsoft Surface has been released in the market. Whether in addition to purchase Microsoft Office you will also buy tablet Microsoft Surface?
But if you prefer the traditional word processor (not a browser-based), you still have many other options, such as Kingsoft Office 2012 Suite Free. It’s free or free. You can find all the features of Microsoft Office plus a feature that does not even exist in Office 2013, which is a tabbed interface to switch between documents.
Kingsoft Office is just one example of a free replacement for Microsoft Office 2013. There are many alternatives to choose from, such as LibreOffice, Lotus Symphony, ThinkFree Office and of course OpenOffice, which is currently still in the process of switching to OpenOffice Apache. So, the decision’s in your hands.