The productivity suite’s availability falls on the same day as the official launch of Windows 11, according to Gizmodo. You’ll have to buy Office 2021 in a one-time purchase if you plan to use it in Windows 11.
While Microsoft has not officially announced any Office 2021 features, the tech giant did give a glimpse of what users can expect in its Office LTSC, which is now available for commercial customers. These features include Dark Mode, new Excel formulas, improved in-app translations for Outlook, row search in Excel, and more.
Support for Office 2021 will continue for the next five years until 2026, which Gizmodo notes is shorter than the usual seven-year support Microsoft has previously offered its Office customers.