Office Download Guide for Trial Version

by Matt on April 28, 2011

The Microsoft Office system is the most famous and preferred operating software system amongst majority of computer users. Indeed, it has offered a wide range of software programs under its wing such that users will be able to make use of something that would correspond to their needs, whether it be preparing budget spreadsheets, document processing, creating slideshows, among other things. If you have not yet decided on whether to invest on an Office download, why don’t you give the trial version a few run? This will give you an idea on what the software suite is about and what benefits you can enjoy.

Since the release of the new Microsoft Office 2010 version, it has been one of the most popular software programs for those who perform document processing. There are three different versions available for the 2010 version namely the Home and Student 2010 version, Home and Business 2010 version, and the Office Professional 2010 version.

The basic Office edition is available for a retail price of $149.99 wherein you can already get the Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote programs, which make up the core of the MS Office software suite.  As for the Home and Business version, it retails at $297.95 with the same components as the basic edition but with the Microsoft Outlook program. However, top of the line versions such as the Office Professional 2010 version costs up to $499.95 that comes with the Publisher and Access 2010 programs.

Microsoft has offered a beta version for those who are interested but not yet sure whether it is a wise investment to do Office download. This is an opportunity created by Microsoft specifically for consumers who are not sure whether to get the new software suite or not. By having access to the trial version, they will be able to test how the software program will perform.

You can perform trial version Office download for all three editions available in the 2010 version. All you have to do is log in to the Windows Live account in order to directly access the beta version and download it to your computer. You can activate the software for up to 60 days after your successful log in. All editions are available in English.

You can initiate the Office download for the trial version right away, or you can request it from the official website of Microsoft. When you click the “Try It Now” button on the Windows Live login form will automatically redirect you to the download page. However, you need to fill up specific information to the requested fields such as name and country before you can activate the product keys. After that, the download link will become visible and is easily accessible from your computer.

The system requirements for Office download is nearly the same with the Office 2010 edition. The system requirements include the following: 500 MHz processor or above, at least 512 MB RAM, 3GB available space in your hard disk, and a 1024 x 576 resolution display quality on your monitor.

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