Update: The newest version of this suite, Microsoft Office 2013, now has their free trial version available. Read more at

Office 2010 hits retail shore shelves today and your chance to try it out has arrived.

Office 2010 comes complete with new and improved tools and features to help you create, communicate, and stay productive, whether you’re working at home, the office, or school. Access your files in more places – and on your schedule – with applications you can use from your computer, from a Windows phone, or via a Web browser.1 Grab your audience’s attention and give your ideas more impact with ready-to-use design templates, eye-catching visual effects, and enhanced photo-editing capabilities. Work smoothly and simultaneously with people in different locations using the coauthoring capabilities in Microsoft PowerPoint2010, Microsoft Word 2010, Microsoft OneNote 2010 shared notebook, and Microsoft ExcelWeb App. With professional-caliber tools that are easy to use, Office 2010 helps you simplify your tasks and create outstanding work wherever life takes you.

Microsoft has posted three trial versions for you to download for free and see what you think of the new Office suite.

  • Office Home and Business 2010 – Word, Excel, PowerPoint,Outlook and OneNote
  • Office Home and Student 2010 – Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote
  • Office Professional 2010 – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Access and Publisher

You can also check out the Office 2010 system requirements and read up on the Top 10 reasons to try Office 2010 while your waiting on the trial download.

Try Microsoft Office 2010

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