During its Windows 10 event yesterday, Microsoft announced a bunch of universal applications that would provide a similar experience across a wide range of devices. One of those applications, was Office.
The company announced that the next installment of Office is coming out later this year in the form of Office 2016. Not only that, but Office for Windows 10 is coming, and will be pre-installed on phones and tablets that are powered by Windows 10. This means that touch-powered Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook will be free for most mobile Windows 10 owners.