Microsoft Office 2013

Microsoft Office 2013 for Windows

Clean & More Efficient MS Office 2013 - ISO Free Download

Microsoft Office 2013 with improved user interface & clean Metro design, succeeded Office 2010 end of life. Microsoft Office 2013 ISO Free Download is a full version of MS Office Suite for Windows 7, 8 & 10. Office 2013 Pro Plus offers Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more with offline installer setup. The direct download link includes Standard, Home & Student, and Professional Plus edition with Service Pack 1 updates. Install & register with product key.... view full description

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Clean & More Efficient MS Office 2013 - ISO Free Download

Microsoft Office 2013 with improved user interface & clean Metro design, succeeded Office 2010 end of life. Microsoft Office 2013 ISO Free Download is a full version of MS Office Suite for Windows 7, 8 & 10. Office 2013 Pro Plus offers Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more with offline installer setup. The direct download link includes Standard, Home & Student, and Professional Plus edition with Service Pack 1 updates. Install & register with product key.... view full description

Microsoft Office 2013 ISO Free Download

App Specification

License
Trial
Version
2013
Release Date
March 4, 2013
File Size
0.00 KB
Operating System
Windows
Developer
Microsoft
4.1 Softlay Review

Microsoft Office 2013 with improved user interface & clean Metro design, succeeded Office 2010 end of life. Microsoft Office 2013 ISO Free Download is a full version of MS Office Suite for Windows 7, 8 & 10. Office 2013 Pro Plus offers Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more with offline installer setup. The direct download link includes Standard, Home & Student, and Professional Plus edition with Service Pack 1 updates. Install & register with product key.

Office Apps 2013 Suite

 

Softlay brings the Official release of Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus ISO Free Download (RTM to TechNet and MSDN subscribers for download). You can use Office 2013 Pro Plus SP1 in both 32/64-bit editions as a 60-day trial or register with a product key. Download free Office Professional Plus 2013 with Service Pack 1 (x86 and x64) – Untouched ISO DVD (English) using the direct download link given here for windows 7, 8 & 10.

Improved interface:

  • Clean, clear, and efficient.
  • Every app has great features like PDF Flow.
  • Office on all your devices.

Pricey:

  • Windows XP isn't supported
  • Tools can be hard to find
  • No escape from Metro
  • Support for touch

Office 2013 is more cloud-based than previous versions; a domain login, Office 365 account, or Microsoft account can now be used to sync Office application settings (including recent documents) between devices, and users can also save documents directly to their OneDrive account.

What we liked in Office 2013

Office 2013 is about more than a new interface. From little touches such as animating calculations as they change to new tools that help you get the Excel chart that shows what's important in your data, from in-place replies in Outlook to change tracking and commenting in Word that doesn't make your document look like a battlefield, the desktop apps get worthy new features.

We like the new tools for designing presentations in PowerPoint. We like the new presenter tools even more. Whether you create presentations or just sit through them, PowerPoint 2013 should make your life better.

If you switch PCs often, you'll love the fast streaming install and seeing your recent documents on every PC. And we're looking forward to getting more new features through Office 365 instead of waiting three years for neat new features that you might want without paying for an upgrade (or spend the time updating every PC in the office).

What we disliked in Office 2013

Sometimes cleaning up for the Windows 8 look means dumbing down. Advanced features such as Split View and Autocorrect are now harder to use, which is a step backward not forwards, and strangely at odds with the clear and simple way other powerful features such as Pivot Charts are exposed.

The newer your PC and the higher your screen resolution the more you will like the new interface. If you have an older PC with a low-resolution screen, you'll have to minimize more of the interface to see the same amount of your document.

Final verdict:

If you look at a list of the new features in Office 2013, you might not see anyone feature you can't live without, but after even a few days of using the new applications, there are plenty that you'll miss. This is another big advance in usability, combined with some extremely clever new tools.

Performance is excellent and the Office 2013 programs are slick and smooth in use.

There are features for power users, especially in Excel and PowerPoint, and there are others that either make it easier to use the power of existing tools or give you whole new ways to complete tasks without being an expert.

While this isn't a perfect touch version of Office, the improved Touch Mode is extremely usable on any decent touchscreen PC. What's missing is a version of Outlook for Windows RT users (and there's nothing for iPad users).

Mostly Office 2013 gets the right balance between streamlining and oversimplifying; there are some places where we miss specific power user options, but the sheer usability and ease of use will give the vast majority of uses a much better experience.

The great thing about a subscription service is that you won't have to wait as long to get updates and improvements; they won't change the fundamentals but you will keep getting more options the longer you pay for Office 2013.