Microsoft released the free Office suite for free on Tuesday, which includes a number of features to make it easier to use on Windows 8, including a new version of its built-in productivity tool, Microsoft Word.
But there are a few things you need to know before you can install the free version.
Microsoft says the suite is free for Windows users.
Microsoft says it has a partnership with Acrobat for the Office suite.
It is also free for businesses to download the free office suites.
“We encourage businesses to use Office 365 as a service for their employees and customers to get the best of both worlds, where you can download the suite and access it wherever they are, anytime and anywhere,” Microsoft said in a blog post.
Microsoft also offers an additional suite of productivity tools, including PowerPoint, OneNote, Excel and OneNote 2010, which are free.
But you’ll need to use the free suite in order to use some of the free features.
Microsoft will be providing a free version of the suite to Office 365 customers in the next few days, so if you want to try out the free edition, you’ll have to wait for it.
The free suite is still available to Windows 7 and Windows 8 users, but only to users who have Windows 7 Professional or above, which means those who have bought a professional license of Windows 8 or later, or are upgrading to a pro license, need to have a professional version of Office installed.
Microsoft said that some features of the Microsoft Office suite are available on other popular operating systems, such as Mac OS X, Mac OS and Linux.
“This includes a built-ins productivity tool called Word, which has become more and more popular on iOS and Android,” Microsoft wrote.
Microsoft Office is available on desktop and mobile platforms.
You can download Office for free through the Microsoft website or through a subscription from Office 365.
Microsoft also offers free desktop and desktop-style versions of Office for Windows, Windows RT, Windows 8 and Windows 10.