Office 2013 retail licensing change ties suite to specific PC forever

'If your computer dies, so does your Office license,' says licensing guru; move seen as prod to adopt subscription-based Office 365

By , Computerworld |  Software, Microsoft Office, office 2013

Microsoft has published the EULAs for Office 2013 on its website, and retains the licensing agreements for older editions as well. To read the new EULAs of the two lower-priced editions, or compare them to those for Office 2010, customers can use these direct links to download PDFs: Office Home & Student 2010, Office Home & Student 2013, Office Home and Business 2010 and Office Home & Business 2013.

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