Office 2013 Vs. Office 365 Difference

Microsoft has been operating steady to deliver best facilities to its consumers. If we talk about Office 2013 vs. Office 365, differences and similarities can be seen clearly. We will now shed some light on some of the differences between these products.

Office 2013 vs. Office 365

Office 2013 vs. Office 365 Price Difference:

Price is the major difference in Office 2013 vs. Office 365. If you want to purchase Office 365, you have two options. Office 365 home and Office 365 personal. There are multiple devices options. Like Office 365 for home provides services to up to five computers, mobile phones and tablets. On the other hand the price of office 365 for personal use is less than that of office for home. But Office 365 for personal use is only allowed for a single PC.

On the other hand, if we talk about the prices of Office 2013. Office 2013 for home and student are much more expensive than Office 365. Likewise, they are limited to one device only. If you want to add extra services in office 2013, you will have to pay extra for that. Office for Mac is also available. Check Office 2013 instructions for more.

Office 2013 vs. Office 365 Services:

There are many valuable services provided by both Office 2013 vs. Office 365. Products are almost same in both office 2013 and 365. Microsoft word, Excel, Outlook services, Office publisher and several other services are offered to the consumers. But if you want to use these products in Office 2013, you are supposed to purchase Microsoft Office Professional 2013.

Storage Offerings:

Again Microsoft Office 365 hits its best with its online as well as offline services. You can use and store your data even if you are offline. Office 365 allows 1TB storage on online mode.

Office 2013 vs. Office 365 differs in the storage provided. As Office 2013 provides 15 GB storage if you are working online. Now you can see the difference of 1 TB and 15 GB storage.

Additional Services:

Here is the most attractive offer of Office 365. It gives sixty free minutes on Skype to its users. These minutes are renewed on monthly basis. While Office 2013 does not have such offers.

Moreover, people can get expert’s help in office 365 but it is not available for consumers of Office 2013.

Conclusion:

After all these differences between Microsoft Office 2013 vs. Office 365. I think Office is a much better deal. It supports various applications for different devices like tablets, mobile phones, computers etc. In addition to that, you have to pay a very little amount and you’ll get numerous services. Likewise, people also prefer Office 365 because it provides expert services to its consumers. From these facts and figures it is quite clear that Office 365 is a better option.

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Bill Schroder

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