Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Language:||Multiple Language||Warranty:||Life Time|
|Delivery Time:||Within 24 Hours||Payment:||T/T/Western Union/Money Gram/PayPal|
|Activation:||100% Online Activation||Certification:||Certificated Software|
|Application:||Laptops,computers||Product Name:||Office 2019 Home And Business|
100% Original Hot Product Key Office 2019 Home and Business Code for Windows
|Operating system||Windows 10 and Windows 10S|
|memory||at least 2 GB RAM|
|Hard disk||at least 3 GB available disk space|
|Screen||at least 1,024 x 768 pixels resolution|
|Graphics card||DirectX 10 support required for GPU-accelerated interface|
|Browser||current versions of Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge or Safari|
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Q:How many devices can I install Office Home & Business on?
A:Office Home & Business can be installed on one Windows 10 PC or one Mac.
Q:How do I know if my PC or Mac can run Office Home & Business?
A:Office Home & Business is compatible on Windows 10 or macOS.
Q:Can I install Office Home & Business on my Mac?
A:Yes, Office Home & Business will work on Mac.
Q:Will Office be identical on a PC and on a Mac?
A:No. Office applications are tailored for each platform. The Office applications available for Mac users and the specific features included may be different from those available for PC users.
Q:What is the difference between Office 365 (subscription) and Office 2019 (one-time purchase)?
A:Office 365 is the user-based subscription service powered by the Microsoft cloud. It includes the most collaborative, secure, and up-to-date features. Office 2019 is a one-time purchase and does not receive feature updates after purchase.
Speculation has been that Office 2019 may be the last perpetual license release of Office, so that Microsoft can focus in on its Office 365 subscription offerings. However, Microsoft has responded in one case that there is likely to be one more perpetual license release after this one.
Office 2019 provides a subset of features Microsoft has added to Office 365 over the past three years. As Office 2019 is a one-time release, Office 365 is still the better choice with not only far more features unavailable in Office 2019, but also far earlier access to them than on-premises, non-subscription Office 2019, etc. editions.
Whether you move to Office 2019 or 365, it's suggested you don't delay doing so, as Office 2016 cloud support will be dropped in 2020, with Office 2016 installs barred from connecting to Microsoft's cloud-based services, including hosted email (Exchange) and online storage (OneDrive for Business), after Oct. 13, 2020.
Either way, Microsoft Office 2019 product pages even describe Office 2019 as a "one-time release" with Office 365 being needed to gain access to new features after that. It may also be that there are fewer editions available for Office 2019 than for Office 2016.