By Mark Wilson
In a move that signals the company’s keenness to take full advantage of the increasing popularity of the Mac format, Microsoft has announced the availability of 30-day trial versions of Office for Mac 2011. The trial version of the office suite is for the Home & Business edition, which means that it includes Outlook and gives users the opportunity to try out all of the components of Office.
The release of a trial version of the office suite is likely to please PC users who have recently made the move to OS X, as it enables them to work with familiar software. It also enables Mac users who have previously avoided Microsoft software to take the suite for a test drive without having to part with any cash.
With improved performance and features, Office 2011 for Mac is by far the most impressive version of the suite so far. You can find out more by paying a visit to Office 2011’s review page or by visiting the Microsoft web site.