Microsoft Office

Understanding the difference between OEM and retail keys

If you are about to purchase a Windows Operating System, you are provided with two different options available to consider. You can either by OEM directly from Windows or you can purchase retail keys from a third party supplier. It is important for everyone who wishes to buy Windows to have a clear understanding of the difference that exists in between OEM and retail keys

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4 Reasons why you should stick with Microsoft Software

Windows users, especially those who have updated to Windows 10, may find that their older software no longer works with the new system. Therefore, updating to newer software will be required. And though there are options for free and cheap alternatives to some of the more popular bundles, specifically to the Office Suite, it is not beneficial for Windows 10 users to purchase such

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DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL OR REINSTALL OFFICE 365 OR OFFICE 2019 ON A PC OR MAC

Office for home Some Office for home products come with a product key. If yours did, before installing Office for the first time, sign in with an existing or new Microsoft account and enter your product key* at office.com/setup. Redeeming your key is what links your account with Office so you only have to do this once. Already did this?

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AUTOMATIC UPDATING FOR OFFICE 2013 AND OFFICE 2016 CLICK-TO-RUN IS NOT ENABLED

By default, Click-to-Run installations of Microsoft Office 2013 and Office 2016 are configured to automatically update your Office installation when new updates are made publicly available. However, if you examine the Account section of the backstage, you may see that updates are disabled or that the command to manage updates is disabled or hidden

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