Microsoft on 24 September, 2018, made available the latest Office Suite 2019 public for purchase and download on Windows and Mac book devices.

However, the software on Windows is only restricted to only Windows 10, excluding support for the devices running windows 8, 8.1 and those below.

According to a statement on the company official website, Office 2019 is the future.

“For customers who aren’t ready for the cloud, Office 2019 is the next on-premises version” reads an upload on the website.

Office 2019 is the successor of Office 2016 and the package contains Word, Excel, Spreadsheet, Outlook, Visio, PowerPoint, and Access. Microsoft Visio, Project, Access and Publisher are only available for Windows gadgets and not Mac.

OneNote will not come with the suite, and will require users to acquire it separately from the suite.

According to the statement by Microsoft, the tech company will stop support for office 2016 on the 14th October 2025, encouraging users to upgrade their systems.

In the update, the software introduces, Microsoft Search and Ideas that are created “to help workers manage their time and allow them to access documents and information more quickly from their workspace”, among other new developments.