Update: Microsoft has released Office 2016 final to the public and is available for everyone now. Users who have been using Office 2013 as part of Office 365 subscription can now upgrade to Office 2016 for free. Although Office 2016 trial copy is not available as a standalone installer for everyone, one can try out Office 2016 by signing up to one-month trial subscription of Office 365.
Office 2016 ships with plenty of new features and there is a full dark background theme, which was missing from Office 2013.
Before downloading and running Office 2016 on your PC, make sure that your PC meets the following minimum system requirements.
Office 2016 System Requirements
Processor – 1 GHz or faster processor with SSE2 instruction set
RAM – 2GB or more
Hard disk – 3 GB of free space
Graphics – DirectX 10 compatible graphics card
Operating system – Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10
Visit this page of Microsoft to subscribe to one-month free trail of Office 365 which now includes Office 2016.
MSDN subscribers can now download standalone installers of Office 2016 Professional Plus by visiting MSDN page.
Office 2010 download
As expected, Microsoft has made available for download the RTM build of Microsoft Office 2010 to TechNet and MSDN subscribers just a few minutes back. Office 2010 was released to manufacturing on April 15, 2010. Microsoft TechNet and MSDN members can now grab their copies from the official links mentioned at the end of this article.
Please note that users who’re running the beta version of Office 2010, which was released back in November 2009, need to uninstall it before installing Office 2010 RTM. Both x86 and x64 versions of Office Professional Plus are available for download.
You can download Office 2010 free Product Guide to know more about Office 2010 features. Make sure that your system meets the following minimum system requirements before heading to the download page:
- 500 MHz or higher processor
- 256 MB of RAM or higher
- 3 GB free disk space
- 1024 x 576 or higher screen resolution
Office 2010 is compatible with Windows XP SP3, Vista SP1, Windows 7, Windows 8, Server 2008, Server 2008 R2 and Server 2012 operating systems. However, you can install only the 32-bit version Office 2010 on Windows XP SP3.
And if you’re upgrading from Office 2007, don’t forget to check out our how to upgrade Office 2007 installation to Office 2010 guide to successfully upgrade your copy to Office 2010.
NOTE: Office 2010 RTM is available for free from the below link only to users who have Microsoft TechNet or MSDN subscription. Other users need to either purchase Office 2010 or download the trial copy from the below link.
Download Office 2010 Trial (available to everyone)