Office 2016 vs. Office 2019marvin
Office 2021 has now been released, but many people still opt for Office 2016 or Office 2019. This is understandable, because these suites still work fine and in principle have all the functionalities you really need. Below we take a look at the biggest differences between Office 2016 and Office 2019.
Differences between Office 2016 and 2019
Office 2016 and Office 2019 licenses never expire
Because Office licenses such as 2013, 2016 and 2019 are perpetual licenses, which you only pay once, these licenses never expire. Although there will come a time when there will be no more updates for the products, but this will still take a few years. The Office packages from 2016 and 2019 are therefore excellent options if you do not want to work in the Cloud, or if you do not want to pay monthly for your license.
Office 2016 vs 2019: What’s added in the 2019 version?
New functionalities for Microsoft Word
You can translate text to speech
- Translating texts
- Focus mode
- Interface: you can choose dark theme
New functionalities for Microsoft PowerPoint
- Morph transition function
- Ability to insert icons, SVG models, and 3D models
New functionalities for Microsoft Excel
- Ability to export Excel spreadsheets to Power BI
- Improvements related to PowerQuery
- Improvements related to PowerPivot
New functionalities for Microsoft Outlook
- An inbox where the ‘focus’ is on
- Up-to-date contact cards
- Office 365 Groups (requires Exchange Online)
Office 2016 vs 2019: what are the price differences?
Logically, Office 2019 is also slightly more expensive than Office 2016. The price differs based on where you purchase the licenses. At Lizenso we sell pre-owned Office licenses, which means that it is much cheaper while the functionalities remain the same.
Can my computer run Office 2019?
Do you want to make the switch to Office 2019? Then it is important to check whether your computer can run Office 2019. The minimum operating system must be Windows Server 2019 or Windows 10. The minimum processor requirement is 1.6 GHz. Any Intel processor will do for macOS. Regarding RAM, you need a minimum of 4 GB for Windows and 10 GB for a Mac.