Microsoft Retires Office 2013 for Office 365 Users
Monday, 20 March 2017 () Microsoft is no longer providing updates and patches for Office 2013 as part of Office 365 since February 28, with the company now switching all focus to Office 2016. An announcement published on LinkedIn by Microsoft Sales Specialist Cameron King indicates that Office 2013 client apps and language packs can no longer be downloaded from the Office 365 self-service portal and Admin Center. With all investments now aimed at Office 2016, Microsoft will no longer provide any feature updates for Office 2013, making the upgrade to the newer version almost mandatory for Office 365 subscribers. The change is aimed at customers of Office 365 Pro Plus, Small Business Premium, Business, Project Pro, and Visio Pro subscriptions, while Microsoft Exchange Server users also need to upgrade mail servers because Office 2016 does not support version 2007. “Although critical security update...
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