Microsoft Office 2013 has been free for Windows since November 6, 2013, when it was announced that Microsoft would stop charging for its office suite.
But the free-to-download software hasn’t been the same for Mac and Mac OS X since.
In the last two months, Microsoft has released updates for Office 2013 for Mac, Office 2013 on Windows, and Office 2013 Office Professional for Mac.
These updates are free for those using a Mac or Mac OS, but they can be purchased for $7.99 per month or $29.99 for a year.
Mac users will need to buy the Office 2013 Pro for Mac separately.
In addition to the free updates, Mac users can download the latest versions of Microsoft Office for free.
However, for Mac users that haven’t upgraded to the new version of Office, there are still some new Office 2013 updates available.
These include new versions of the popular Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote apps, as well as Word 2013 Pro, which adds the ability to add multiple spreadsheets, spreadsheets from other Office 2013 editions, and more.
If you’re looking for a new office suite that you can get for less than the cost of an Office 2013 upgrade, check out our guide to upgrading Office for less.
Read more about Microsoft Office on Windows.