Microsoft Office Download - Home and Student Edition for Windows 7/8

Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013 PC
Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013 PC
The Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013 software package includes the license for one PC and can be purchased as a download (Photo:

I've always been a fan of CDs and DVDs, but if you urgently need software, a licensed download of the software is a much better choice to get back to work quickly. The procedure for purchasing the software is relatively simple: you can get the software package – in this case “Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013” – directly [buy at Amazon->amazon-de]. During the shopping you will be on the Microsoft site which is then used to download the Office package. The product key, which is necessary for the installation, is then given during the purchase, as this is only generated.

Binding to the hardware ID: No problem when buying a new PC

With this package, the license is valid for one PC and can be installed under Windows 7 as well as under [Windows 8-> windows-8]. Many users criticize in the Amazon reviews that the product key is linked to the hardware ID of the corresponding PC and that you would have to buy a new license key when buying a new PC, but this is not the case. You can install the software on a new PC and then enter the license key there. The old PC is then automatically deactivated so that the Microsoft Office programs only ever run on one computer.

Download Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013

You can install the software on your PC within a few minutes by purchasing it online and thus continue working very quickly. Here is the corresponding link to the product on Amazon. This version is a license for one PC and therefore cannot be used by Mac users. If you want Office to run under OS X, you should search for [Office for Mac-> microsoft-office-for-mac].

Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013 - 1PC
The Office version 2013 is the latest version of the Office suite from Microsoft. The Home and Student license is a bit stripped down and includes Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote, but the Outlook, Publisher and Access programs are not included.
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