Office 2013 Trial Can be Extended from 30 to 180 Days Legally

by Venkat eswarlu on March 25, 2013

in MS Office,tips and tricks

Have you installed Microsoft Office 2013 trial version on your computer? If the 30-day trial period is coming to an end and if you’re looking for ways to use it for more period of time legally, then you should know that, it can be possible with free Office 2013 Trial Extender tool which can extend Office 2013 from 30 days to 180 days.

Office Trial Extender, the tool which lets you evaluate trial version of Microsoft Office 2010 for six months has been updated to support Microsoft Office 2013. That means by using this tool, you can able to rearm Office 2013 for 5 times to use up to 180 days.

Use Office 2013 trial version legally for another 5 months with Office 2013 Trial Extender

Using Office Trial Extender is easy. Download and install it on your computer. Make sure you skip “Hotspot shield” install during the setup. Once the installation completes, run it. This tool lets you rearm two office products, Office 201o and Office 2013.

Rearming Microsoft Office 2013

Before using this tool, you should know that

  • Your Office 2013 trial version shouldn’t have been activated.
  • You’ve to rearm Office before the expiry of trial period.

Office 2013 Trial extender program thumb Office 2013 Trial Can be Extended from 30 to 180 Days Legally

Office Trial Extender lets you rearm Office 2013 for 5 times. For e.g. if today is the last day that Office 2013 will expire, click on “Rearm Office 2013” button once to use it for 30 days, this way you can click on rearm button on the last day of trial for another 4 times.

Here what’s changed in Office Trial Extender

  • Supports Office 2013
  • Renamed to Office Trial Extender
  • All files are digitally signed

Download Office Trial Extender

Let me know if you’ve  successfully rearmed Office 2013 for at least one time using this tool in comments.

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