Office 2019 is the latest version of Microsoft's productivity software that's available as a one-time purchase from a retail store or through a volume licensing agreement.
Office 2019 is supported on Windows 10 but isn’t supported on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. For more information, review the system requirements. To configure and perform installations, you use the Office Deployment Tool, which is a free download from the Microsoft Download Center. Office 2019 will not be supported on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, despite those operating systems being expected to remain in use until 2020 and 2023 respectively. #installoffice2019 #windows7 #windows8Install Microsoft Office 2019 in Windows 7,8,8.1 LotusGeekClick on the link below for step by step instructions and l.
Office 2019 is separate from Office that's available through Office 365 (or Microsoft 365) plans. For example, if you've deployed Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise (previously named Office 365 ProPlus) to the users in your organization, you don't need Office 2019. You already have all the features, and many more, that are included in Office 2019.
Volume licensed versions of Office 2019 are available for enterprise admins to download and deploy to the users in their organization. This includes the following Office products:
- Office Professional Plus 2019
- Office Standard 2019
- Project Professional 2019
- Project Standard 2019
- Visio Professional 2019
- Visio Standard 2019
These Office products now use Click-to-Run, instead of Windows Installer (MSI), as the installation technology. But, how you activate these Office products – for example, by using Key Management Service (KMS) – remains the same.
Office 2019 for Mac is also available for volume licensed customers. For more information, see Deployment guide for Office for Mac.
What's changed in Office 2019?
The biggest change since Office 2016 is that the installation technology used by the new volume licensed versions of Office is Click-to-Run, instead of Windows Installer (MSI). Click-to-Run has been the installation technology for most Office products since the release of Office 2013.
In addition to Click-to-Run, the following are some other changes that you need to be aware of:
- Office 2019 is supported on Windows 10 but isn’t supported on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. For more information, review the system requirements.
- To configure and perform installations, you use the Office Deployment Tool, which is a free download from the Microsoft Download Center. The Office Customization Tool that you previously used for Windows Installer (MSI) is no longer used.
- Instead of downloading the installation files from the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC), you use the Office Deployment Tool to download the installation files directly from the Office Content Delivery Network (CDN) on the internet.
- When you install Office Professional Plus 2019, all apps are installed by default. But, you can configure the Office Deployment Tool to exclude certain apps from being installed.
- Office 2019 is installed on the system drive, which is usually the C: drive. The installation location can’t be changed.
- You can configure updates to Office 2019, such as security updates and bug fixes, to be automatically downloaded and installed from the Office CDN. Individual downloads for each security update or bug fix aren’t available.
What's stayed the same in Office 2019?
Even though there is a different installation technology, you can still use the same software distribution tools, such as Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager, that you currently use to deploy Office. Also, how you activate volume licensed versions of Office – for example, by using Key Management Service (KMS) – remains the same.
The major version of Office 2019 is staying at 16.0, so some additional things are staying the same if you're upgrading from Office 2016, including the following:
- Existing Group Policy settings will continue to work, because the registry location for those settings will still be located in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREPoliciesMicrosoftOffice16.0 and HKEY_CURRENT_USERSOFTWAREPoliciesMicrosoftOffice16.0.
- Other registry locations and settings information that reference 16.0 will still apply.
- Add-ins and other extensibility solutions that are compatible with Office 2016 will most likely be compatible with Office 2019 or will require only minimal testing.
What are the new features in Office 2019?
For information about the new features in Office 2019, see the “what’s new” articles for Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, Visio, and Word. Office 2019 includes some, but not all, features that are available in versions of Office that come with an Office 365 (or Microsoft 365) plan.
Office 2019 won’t receive additional new features now that it has been released. If you want to get new Office features on an on-going basis, you should consider moving to an Office 365 plan (or Microsoft 365) plan that includes Office. Most of these enterprise plans include Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise (previously named Office 365 ProPlus), which includes the same Office apps as Office Professional Plus 2019. For more information about available plans, see Office 365 plans for enterprises and Microsoft 365 plans for enterprises. For more information about new features, see What’s new in Microsoft 365.
How do I upgrade to Office 2019?
We recommend that you uninstall existing versions of Office before you deploy Office 2019. If you’re uninstalling previous versions of Office products that were installed with Windows Installer (MSI), the Office Deployment Tool can remove most of those products for you as part of the installation of Office 2019. For more information, see Remove existing versions of Office before installing Office 2019.
- Office Professional Plus 2019 includes Access, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, Word, and Skype for Business.
- There isn’t a new 2019 version of OneNote, but a version of OneNote is installed with Office 2019. For more information, see Deployment guide for OneNote.
- All products in the Office 2019 are available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. We recommend 64-bit on computers that have 4 gb or more of memory. But you should assess application compatibility and other factors that might require you to use the 32-bit version. For more information, see Choose between the 64-bit or 32-bit version of Office.
- After downloading the installation files, internet access isn’t required to install, activate, or use Office 2019.
- There isn’t a 2019 version of SharePoint Designer or InfoPath. The last version for both products is 2013.
- Volume licensed versions of Office 2019 aren't supported on Windows 10 in S mode or when using Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC).
After reinstalling and updating my computer via Windows Update, I noticed I’m still running Outlook without any updates.
How can I get updates for Office as well?
By default Windows Update only updates Windows itself. In order to get updates for Office and other Microsoft products as well, you’ll have to “update” your Windows Update to Microsoft Update.
When you are using an Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365) installation or a Click-to-Run installation of Office 2013, Office 2016 or Office 2019, then the updates will not be offered via Windows Update but will be installed automatically. Depending on your installation source, you can manually check for updates from within any Office application or the Microsoft Store on Windows 10.
Upgrading from Windows Update to Microsoft Update
In order to switch from Windows Update to Microsoft Update, you can launch Windows Update like you’d normally do and then click the appropriate link as indicated below. A quick way to locate Windows Update is to to open the Start Menu or Start Screen and type; Update.
Click on the “Advanced options” link and select the option: Receive updates for other Microsoft products when you update Windows.
Enable Microsoft Update in Windows 10 to get Office updates too.
Windows 8 (Modern Update App)
Open the Start Screen and type “Update”. This should give you a search result called: Choose whether to automatically install Windows Updates.
When you click on this result, you’ll get a screen which allows you to select: Give me updates for other Microsoft products when I update Windows.
Windows 8 also allows you to select Microsoft Update via its touch friendly interface.
Windows 7 and Windows 8
Click the “Find out more” link to switch to Microsoft Update.
If it is not available, click on the “Change settings” link on the left and you should be able to select the option:
Give me updates for other Microsoft products when I update Windows.
Enable Microsoft Update in Windows 7 or Windows 8 to get Office updates too.
When you’ve switched successfully, the Windows Update screen will no longer show the “Find out more” link and should state:
You receive updates: For Windows and other products from Microsoft Update.
In case you run into issues with an update and want to uninstall it, you can uninstall it via one of the methods described in Uninstalling Outlook or Office updates.
Updating Office 2013 / 2016 / 2019 / 365 installations (Office website installer)
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When you are using a Click-to-Run installation of Office 2013, Office 2016, Office 2019 or Microsoft 365, then updates won’t be coming via Microsoft Update and you won’t be able to install updates or hotfixes manually either via their standalone installer.
Instead, updates for Office will be installed automatically for you within a few days after these updates get released. You can also force it to check for new updates and apply them by using the Update Options button.
- File-> Office Account-> Update Options-> Update Now
Manually updating a Click-to-Run installation of Microsoft 365.
In case you run into issues with an update and want to uninstall it, you can roll-back to a previous release as described in Uninstall Microsoft 365 Click-To-Run Updates.
Updating Office 2016 / 2019 / 365 installations (Microsoft Store)
When you are using Windows 10 and have installed Office from the Microsoft Store, then updates are also managed via the Microsoft Store.
To manually check for updates, open the Microsoft Store app and click on the ellipsis (3 horizontal dots) menu icon in the to right corner. From the menu that open choose; Downloads and Updates. Press the “Get updates” button to check for updates of all your Microsoft Store apps.
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Checking manually for new updates in the Microsoft Store.