One link that leads to the other has landed on this page of Office 2019 Home and Business, which contains the following text: What`s funny is that I haven`t installed any MS “services” in my Mac. But I have a “product.” Except that it is a piece of software to soon reach EOL (read more, in an instant). And while I have Windows 7 in my PC, it`s now an outdated system as far as MS is concerned. I don`t subscribe to the agreement proposed by MS to extend the lifespan and I don`t even fix it with 0day support micropatches. I isolated it from the Internet and for communication between it and the rest of the world, I use the Linux operating system now on pc co-installed with Win 7. I use Win 7 to run older application software and occasionally older files that I still have to work with. Since March 5, the Microsoft Store team has updated the Microsoft Store App Developer Agreement (ADA). The next time you log into your partner center dashboard, you or anyone with an administrative role in your account will be asked to re-accept the ADA before you can continue to update or manage your applications. Well, that`s a great reason for me not to “update” Office 2016 (for Macs) on Office 2019, if 2016 no longer receives support in October of this year. For now, I have total control of the 2016 patching, having defined the MS application “Microsoft AutoUpdate” in my Mac on the equivalent of “Leave Me Now, but I`ll choose when I`ll download and install.” The document attached above shows that this will no longer be the case with 2019. “You will receive this email because we are updating the Microsoft Services agreement that applies to one or more Microsoft products or services you use. We present these updates to clarify our terms and conditions and ensure they remain transparent to you, as well as to cover new Microsoft products, services and features.
I have MS Office 16 on Mac, but it`s installed in the computer and in everything that matters is mine, as in “I own it,” not as in “I graciously provided it as a service for simple mortals like me by MS.” So I have “Office,” but as nothing I don`t have access to “365.” The completely modified agreement, which is related to the beginning of the MS article, itself bound at the top of me, generally does not list “Office” among “services,” but only “Office 365” and “Office 365” according to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. The PDSP review focuses on assessing the full compliance of contractual agreements between Microsoft and EU institutions with data protection rules. The investigation was launched following the results of a data protection impact study carried out by the Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security and published in November 2018. Why do I have this? Office 2016 expires on October 13. I`m still in the running to find out if I`m going to install the 2019 version, with MS urging me to do so (but also to reassure myself that I`m not going to grab my Mac to disable my “Office 2016” apps if I don`t). It has already been said that the next version of Office after “2019” will only be available in “365.” But it is neither here nor now (and who knows where things will be, in years, in these remarkably uncertain times?) So, the secret. www.microsoft.com/en-us/servicesagreement/upcoming-updates.aspx “Our updated online terms of service will reflect the contractual changes we have developed with one of our clients in the public sector, the Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security,” Julie Brill, Chief Privacy Officer at Microsoft, wrote in a blog post.