Microsoft will soon rebrand its conventional productivity suite Office with Microsoft 365. The move comes after 32 years of Microsoft Office’s release in 1990.
Initially, Microsoft bundled popular productivity tools Word, Excel, and PowerPoint later they added Outlook, Access, and OneNote.
Since 2017, Microsoft began offering Office apps for a subscription-based Office 365 including cloud-based features, integrations, and applications.
On Wednesday, the Tech giant announced Microsoft Office cloud-based apps as well as office.com will be rebranded to Microsoft 365.
From November 2022, Microsoft will start rebranding Office.com, Microsoft free Office on the cloud, Office app for Windows, and mobile app from January 2023.
Meanwhile, Microsoft clearly states that it’s just another name change and won’t affect the products.
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