Microsoft announced on Monday that it has made the Windows 10 update to Office 365 free for everyone, and that everyone can upgrade to the next version of the OS starting in March.
Microsoft said that it was making the move because the Office 365 subscription costs $99 per year.
This means that every person who has an Office 365 account can upgrade at no cost.
The upgrade includes the full version of Office, plus support for Office 365 features such as Outlook, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive, One-click files, and other Office products.
For the first time, Microsoft also added support for the cloud-based cloud storage service Microsoft OneDrive.
Office 365 customers who sign up for the free upgrade will get access to the cloud storage, and Office 365 administrators can use it to manage their Office 365 users’ files and folders.
For more information about the free upgrades, visit the Microsoft One-Click File, One Drive, One Click File, and One Click Drive for Office365 page.
Microsoft also updated the Windows 7, 8.1, and 10 editions of Office 365.
Microsoft said that all of the new versions include security fixes for a range of flaws.
The latest updates to Office include:Updated Microsoft Security Essentials, the new security suite for Windows that enables the management of all of your Office 365 files and settings.
Updated Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 for Business, which is now available in the Windows Store.
The Office 365 software update will be automatically installed when you install the latest version of Windows.
You’ll need to restart your computer to install it.