Microsoft Office Home & Student 2016 - Lifetime £89.25 @ Tesco Direct - Free C&C
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Microsoft Office Home & Student 2016 - Lifetime £89.25 @ Tesco Direct - Free C&C

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Found 17th Jun
Seems a good price since its a lifetime subscription, no payments every year. 1 user.

Microsoft Office Home and Student 2016 is the multi-program package for creating, organising and displaying all your ideas and information. Complete with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote programs, this Microsoft Office licence is the ideal lifetime setup for students and workers.



Lifetime Microsoft Office subscription

Microsoft Office Home and Student 2016 combines the most effective and popular Microsoft program in one software package. With this Microsoft Office subscription, you receive a unique product registration code, entitling you to download four useful Microsoft products onto one device for unlimited use.



Microsoft Word

Create a range of text documents with the feature-packed Microsoft Word. Word features a collection of tools including fonts, design features and the ability to look up words in a dictionary or online as well as a host of others. It is ideal for producing work for university, reports or long texts.



Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is a useful and versatile tool for collating and presenting data. Collect data in a simple spreadsheet form, which can then easily be presented in graph and chart formats for use in combination with other Microsoft Office programs.



Microsoft PowerPoint

The intuitive Microsoft PowerPoint program makes it simple to create engaging and aesthetic presentations. Featuring a range of helpful tools including text animations and side notes, PowerPoint is the complete solution for displaying information.



Microsoft OneNote

Microsoft OneNote is the useful creative outlet for storing ideas. Gather both handwritten and typed notes, as well as images, screen prints and audio clips, on this virtual notepad. It is ideal for use with other Microsoft Office programs as an information and creative idea-building platform.

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Lifetime it means until micro$0ft kills support in 2019...?
Just use libre office. Save yourself £90
Drempire2 m ago

Open office and libre office are brilliant alternative to Microsoft …Open office and libre office are brilliant alternative to Microsoft office. Free and open source




Yes, but how's Bill going to get all those kids immunised if we stop buying his expensive gear? (j/k)
Edited by: "bellboys" 17th Jun
"Microsoft has announced that starting next month it will no longer be participating in the technical support forums for Windows 7, 8.1, 8.1 RT and numerous other products. On the software front, the company says that it will also no longer provide support for Microsoft Security Essentials, Internet Explorer 10, Office 2010 and 2013 as of July.It is not just software that is affected. Microsoft is also stopping support for Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, Surface RT, Surface 2, Microsoft Band and Zune. Some forums will be locked, preventing users from helping each other as well."
Source: betanews.com/201…ms/

Makes you think, innit?
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Lifetime it means until micro$0ft kills support in 2019...?
Just use libre office. Save yourself £90
R..Daneel.Olivav2 m ago

Lifetime it means until micro$0ft kills support in 2019...?


I'm using 2011 on my Mac and still get updates from time to time.
Open office and libre office are brilliant alternative to Microsoft office. Free and open source
Drempire2 m ago

Open office and libre office are brilliant alternative to Microsoft …Open office and libre office are brilliant alternative to Microsoft office. Free and open source




Yes, but how's Bill going to get all those kids immunised if we stop buying his expensive gear? (j/k)
Edited by: "bellboys" 17th Jun
"Microsoft has announced that starting next month it will no longer be participating in the technical support forums for Windows 7, 8.1, 8.1 RT and numerous other products. On the software front, the company says that it will also no longer provide support for Microsoft Security Essentials, Internet Explorer 10, Office 2010 and 2013 as of July.It is not just software that is affected. Microsoft is also stopping support for Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, Surface RT, Surface 2, Microsoft Band and Zune. Some forums will be locked, preventing users from helping each other as well."
Source: betanews.com/201…ms/

Makes you think, innit?
R..Daneel.Olivav40 m ago

"Microsoft has announced that starting next month it will no longer be …"Microsoft has announced that starting next month it will no longer be participating in the technical support forums for Windows 7, 8.1, 8.1 RT and numerous other products. On the software front, the company says that it will also no longer provide support for Microsoft Security Essentials, Internet Explorer 10, Office 2010 and 2013 as of July.It is not just software that is affected. Microsoft is also stopping support for Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, Surface RT, Surface 2, Microsoft Band and Zune. Some forums will be locked, preventing users from helping each other as well."Source: https://betanews.com/2018/06/11/microsoft-to-stop-participating-in-some-support-forums/Makes you think, innit?


Think about what, the fact Office 2016 isn't mentioned in that post?
OK, I was too quick to estimate EOF in 2019 but what do you reckon, if they kill Office 2013 in 2018 what is the date they going to kill Office 2016?
If you are a student - most universities provide office365 for free.
R..Daneel.Olivav15 m ago

OK, I was too quick to estimate EOF in 2019 but what do you reckon, if …OK, I was too quick to estimate EOF in 2019 but what do you reckon, if they kill Office 2013 in 2018 what is the date they going to kill Office 2016?


It would be hard to say. Office 2016 came out around Nov 2015 so we're coming up to the 4 year mark soon. M$oft are developing a new version (Office 2019) but I doubt they'd have a non-subscription based product this time around.

2016 is their last non-subscription based product and it's still relatively fine and powerful.
R..Daneel.Olivav1 h, 16 m ago

"Microsoft has announced that starting next month it will no longer be …"Microsoft has announced that starting next month it will no longer be participating in the technical support forums for Windows 7, 8.1, 8.1 RT and numerous other products. On the software front, the company says that it will also no longer provide support for Microsoft Security Essentials, Internet Explorer 10, Office 2010 and 2013 as of July.It is not just software that is affected. Microsoft is also stopping support for Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, Surface RT, Surface 2, Microsoft Band and Zune. Some forums will be locked, preventing users from helping each other as well."Source: https://betanews.com/2018/06/11/microsoft-to-stop-participating-in-some-support-forums/Makes you think, innit?


The surface pro 2 is a bit soon I have one and it's only 3 years (i think) since I got it from Staples! Don't think I would get another as customer service ridiculous warranty and silly design flaws put me off
Edited by: "jamhops" 17th Jun
M0nk3h15 m ago

It would be hard to say. Office 2016 came out around Nov 2015 so we're …It would be hard to say. Office 2016 came out around Nov 2015 so we're coming up to the 4 year mark soon. M$oft are developing a new version (Office 2019) but I doubt they'd have a non-subscription based product this time around.2016 is their last non-subscription based product and it's still relatively fine and powerful.


Indeed and to be honest I suspect millions still use office 2003 which does what most people want, and without the oh-so-useful ribbon. I use Office 365 for myself and family members but if it was just me I'd probably get this.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 17th Jun
R..Daneel.Olivav56 m ago

OK, I was too quick to estimate EOF in 2019 but what do you reckon, if …OK, I was too quick to estimate EOF in 2019 but what do you reckon, if they kill Office 2013 in 2018 what is the date they going to kill Office 2016?


October 13th. Seriously, from that day onwards, you won’t be able to connect your legit copy of Office 2016 up to your Office 365 email account.
sJohnson236 m ago

October 13th. Seriously, from that day onwards, you won’t be able to c …October 13th. Seriously, from that day onwards, you won’t be able to connect your legit copy of Office 2016 up to your Office 365 email account.


Microsoft Office 2016 (codenamed Office 16) is a version of the Microsoft Officeproductivity suite, succeeding both Office 2013 and Office for Mac 2011. It was released on macOS on 9 July 2015 and on Microsoft Windows on 22 September 2015 for Office 365 subscribers.[6][10][11] Mainstream support ends on 13 October 2020, and extended support ends on 14 October 2025. The perpetually licensed version on macOS and Windows was released on 22 September 2015.[12] Since its successor Office 2019 will only support Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016[13], this is the last version of Microsoft Office compatible with Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1.
M0nk3h49 m ago

It would be hard to say. Office 2016 came out around Nov 2015 so we're …It would be hard to say. Office 2016 came out around Nov 2015 so we're coming up to the 4 year mark soon. M$oft are developing a new version (Office 2019) but I doubt they'd have a non-subscription based product this time around.2016 is their last non-subscription based product and it's still relatively fine and powerful.



Office 2019 will be non-subcription based, they are not going to force everyone to Office 365 just yet.
I personally like office 365 home.
be_vigilant3 h, 22 m ago

Just use libre office. Save yourself £90


Or open office, Google documents or even the online Microsoft office
CompuFocus6 h, 46 m ago

Or open office, Google documents or even the online Microsoft office


Yes online office is absolutely fine for virtually all hone users.
Does this entitle you to free upgrades to the latest office when a new version is released?
R..Daneel.Olivav11 h, 24 m ago

Lifetime it means until micro$0ft kills support in 2019...?



Hahahahahaha
You used a $ instead of an S
Hahahahahahaha
That's just hilarious....you should be on TV. Seriously.
propofol11 m ago

Does this entitle you to free upgrades to the latest office when a new …Does this entitle you to free upgrades to the latest office when a new version is released?



No.
Single license for Office 2016.
sJohnson239 h, 37 m ago

October 13th. Seriously, from that day onwards, you won’t be able to c …October 13th. Seriously, from that day onwards, you won’t be able to connect your legit copy of Office 2016 up to your Office 365 email account.


October 13th... 2020. Office 365 Pro Plus, or a perpetual license in mainstream support, will be needed from that date to connect to Office 365 services - so likely to be Office 2019 only. But that will only impact on a very small number of people who connect a home machine to their corporate email service. Corporates usually have Software Assurance, entitling them to new version upgrades, so will just need to roll out their upgrades to Office a bit quicker (assuming they haven't switched to Office 365 software by then).
And if your company has software assurance, you can usually buy a full copy of the professional edition of office for £9.99 no strings attached. Always worth the ask.
I've always bought codes off amazon for a tenner
Drempire11 h, 59 m ago

Open office and libre office are brilliant alternative to Microsoft …Open office and libre office are brilliant alternative to Microsoft office. Free and open source


They are fine for basic stuff but if are using excel to it's fullest capabilities then those options are rubbish
You can buy accounts off eBay for less than £3 which offer exactly this, bought one yesterday for £1.59 which includes all this and allows to be installed on 5 PC/Mac/tablets
2013 was great but office gas gone downhill since with all thus auto stuff like annoying pop up menus.....sometimes those menus should just do one. I switch it all off
Rizlam14 m ago

You can buy accounts off eBay for less than £3 which offer exactly this, …You can buy accounts off eBay for less than £3 which offer exactly this, bought one yesterday for £1.59 which includes all this and allows to be installed on 5 PC/Mac/tablets



hi, any chance you can pm me who you bought it from please?

ive got the online version but sub ends in 2019 so wanted to buy some codes to extend the sub.

thanks
Edited by: "EN1GMA" 18th Jun
R..Daneel.Olivav11 h, 19 m ago

OK, I was too quick to estimate EOF in 2019 but what do you reckon, if …OK, I was too quick to estimate EOF in 2019 but what do you reckon, if they kill Office 2013 in 2018 what is the date they going to kill Office 2016?


Mainstream support ends in October 2020 which means you will get new features until then.

Extended support ends in October 2025 which means you will get security updates until then.

Source: support.microsoft.com/en-…016

One thing Microsoft are good at is supporting products such as Windows, Office and the Xbox.




R..Daneel.Olivav12 h, 7 m ago

"Microsoft has announced that starting next month it will no longer be …"Microsoft has announced that starting next month it will no longer be participating in the technical support forums for Windows 7, 8.1, 8.1 RT and numerous other products. On the software front, the company says that it will also no longer provide support for Microsoft Security Essentials, Internet Explorer 10, Office 2010 and 2013 as of July.It is not just software that is affected. Microsoft is also stopping support for Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, Surface RT, Surface 2, Microsoft Band and Zune. Some forums will be locked, preventing users from helping each other as well."Source: https://betanews.com/2018/06/11/microsoft-to-stop-participating-in-some-support-forums/Makes you think, innit?



That's internet support forums where people can ask questions and get answers.

For actual security updates you get around 10 years for each release of office

Office 2010 Extended support ends: Oct. 13, 2020.

Office 2013 Extended support ends: April 11, 2023

Office 2016 Extended support ends: Oct. 14, 2025.
Rizlam25 m ago

You can buy accounts off eBay for less than £3 which offer exactly this, …You can buy accounts off eBay for less than £3 which offer exactly this, bought one yesterday for £1.59 which includes all this and allows to be installed on 5 PC/Mac/tablets



got your pm. for some reason, cant reply back. just posting to say thanks
I'm currently a student at the Open University and they have started offering Office 365 for free to students which can also be downloaded and installed offline. Pretty cool
I still prefer this to 365.
How much is 365? Even if you get 5 years out of this it only works out @ £18 a year against £how much for 365.
Of course this is as i am a single user, 365 is prob better for family/multi use.
The worry with 365 is what happens if you want to stop paying?
propofol2 h, 18 m ago

Does this entitle you to free upgrades to the latest office when a new …Does this entitle you to free upgrades to the latest office when a new version is released?


Nope as it’s not subscription. You need to buy a new version / package and pay again in full.
audievo35 m ago

I still prefer this to 365. How much is 365? Even if you get 5 years out …I still prefer this to 365. How much is 365? Even if you get 5 years out of this it only works out @ £18 a year against £how much for 365.Of course this is as i am a single user, 365 is prob better for family/multi use.The worry with 365 is what happens if you want to stop paying?


365 Home costs about £40 per year if you look around. That includes installation on up to 5 devices for you and friends or family members. It’s better value if you have multiple users and no risk that support will stop etc
alexc10022 m ago

365 Home costs about £40 per year if you look around. That includes …365 Home costs about £40 per year if you look around. That includes installation on up to 5 devices for you and friends or family members. It’s better value if you have multiple users and no risk that support will stop etc


So just a couple of years and then its more expensive. But still the big issue is what happens if you decide not to pay anymore?
audievo15 m ago

So just a couple of years and then its more expensive. But still the big …So just a couple of years and then its more expensive. But still the big issue is what happens if you decide not to pay anymore?


If you don't pay for 365 then your licence expires and you can't use it. Think of it the same as stopping your Netflix subscription, you can't steam anything when you do.

Depending on your circumstances a 365 subscription can be better value. Personally if I didn't get Office 365 though work then I wouldn't subscribe to it. I'd purchase this and be set for a few years as it will get security updates until 2025 so no worries there.
InsaneNutter13 m ago

If you don't pay for 365 then your licence expires and you can't use it. …If you don't pay for 365 then your licence expires and you can't use it. Think of it the same as stopping your Netflix subscription, you can't steam anything when you do.Depending on your circumstances a 365 subscription can be better value. Personally if I didn't get Office 365 though work then I wouldn't subscribe to it. I'd purchase this and be set for a few years as it will get security updates until 2025 so no worries there.


yep, i'm happier paying once then do with it as i want. I still have 2013 on my work laptop and it's still going strong so working out about a tenner a year so far.
bellboys15 h, 21 m ago

Yes, but how's Bill going to get all those kids immunised if we stop …Yes, but how's Bill going to get all those kids immunised if we stop buying his expensive gear? (j/k)


Immunised. You mean sterilised? New World Order.
royals4 h, 9 m ago

They are fine for basic stuff but if are using excel to it's fullest …They are fine for basic stuff but if are using excel to it's fullest capabilities then those options are rubbish


Possibly time to learn R?
royals4 h, 20 m ago

They are fine for basic stuff but if are using excel to it's fullest …They are fine for basic stuff but if are using excel to it's fullest capabilities then those options are rubbish


My lad has to use word for high school, but o refuse to pay ridiculous subscription prices; as such I will get online office or one of the others.
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