Microsoft is planning to launch a new version of its Office productivity suite for Windows, Mac, and Linux, and it will be called Office 365.
The Office 365 service will be available through Office 365, a subscription-based cloud service that will include the Office Suite, Microsoft’s popular productivity suite, and other productivity software.
Office 365 will be made available to Office 365 customers through Windows, as well as to Office ProPlus users and to Office Professional Plus subscribers who also purchase Office 365 subscriptions.
Microsoft said that Office 365 subscribers will be able to use Office for the first time, with the new service being available to the general public starting next year.
Microsoft also announced that Office for Mac will be coming to Windows in the fall of 2020.
Office for Windows will be a free upgrade to Office 2016.
The new Office 365 services will include a new collaboration interface called Collaborate, an improved Office Mobile app, a new document editor called Word, and a new tool to collaborate with your family and friends.
Microsoft is also making the Office Cloud suite available for free to Office Home Premium users who also subscribe to the Office Home Subscription.
The cloud suite will include Office for Teams, which is a productivity suite that Microsoft launched with its collaboration software, and Office for Business, which offers a new suite of productivity tools.
Microsoft plans to release the new Office Suite to Office users later this year.
A preview of Office 365 for Windows and Office 365 is expected to be available to developers in the next few months.