Some major computer makers are pushing Office 365 with their new PCs, but others have stuck with a more traditional bundling tactic of including a factory-installed, single-license trial.
Microsoft customers can save between $20 and $40 on a one-PC, perpetual license of Office 2013.
Microsoft may be pushing a little too hard to make Office 2013 an impractical, less appealing option than Office 365.
Here's a step-by-step guide to exorcising the new demons in Microsoft Office 2013.
A retail copy of Office 2013 is permanently tied to the first PC on which it's installed, preventing customers from deleting the suite from one machine they own and installing it on another.
You'll be surprised at what's missing in Microsoft's updated Word processor. Here's how to solve some of the most vexing problems in Word 2013.
The new-look Office suite comes correct with handy tools and wonderful extras. But it also has a handful of potentially disastrous gotchas.
Although it's too early to call Windows 8 a success or a failure, it's never too soon to consider how the Windows platform will change and evolve.
These mini-manuals should get you up and running with the new suite.
Sure, there are some positive aspects to the new suite/service, but many small businesses can steer clear for now. Here's why.