Office 365 is preparing to lift the device limitation limit for home and personal subscribers in October. As things that work, Home subscribers are limited to installing Office apps on ten devices, while personal users can only install them on one. As of October 2, these limits go away, but with some warnings.
While you want to install Office on an unlimited number of devices with any Home, Personal, or University account, you will only be able to log in to up to five devices at a time. If you try to log in to a sixth device, you will be prompted to sign in before continuing, according to Microsoft FAQ on the change. In essence, you will lose some subscription features on devices where you are logged off, so you will be logged in to the ones you use most.
In addition to the abolition of device limits, Office 365 Home Subscribers get an additional bonus. The subscription now gives you the opportunity to obtain licenses for up to five people. October 2, the license limit expands to six, allowing you to share benefits with another person at the same price. Each person will continue to receive licenses for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote. Subscriptions also include 1
Office 365 subscriptions are available through Microsoft at a price of $ 99.99 per year for Home or $ 69.99 per year for Personal.
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