Microsoft's Office app is now available for all Windows 10 users

Back in December, Microsoft announced the new Office app, meant as a replacement for My Office, which was a replacement for Get Office. It was offered to Windows Insiders immediately, and now, the firm has announced that the app is available for everyone.

The app is meant to be a sort of one-stop shop for all of your Office needs. The top portion of the app shows you all of the Office apps available to you. If they're not available on your PC, the links will take you to Office Online. It also includes tutorials to help you explore some of the newer features in Microsoft's productivity suite.

The feature set is similar to Office.com, also showing you recent documents from all Office apps. You can also pin documents for easy access to them at any time. Businesses can customize the look and feel of the app for custom branding as well.

The new Office app supports Office 365, Office 2016, and Office 2019. It should be installed on your Windows 10 PC automatically in the coming weeks, but you can also download it on the Microsoft Store here, although it seems that the update isn't live for everyone yet.

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