Office 2019

Microsoft Office 2019
Version of Microsoft Office
Microsoft Office logo (2019).svg
Microsoft Word
Latest build
Support end2023 (Mainstream)
2026 (Extended)
Microsoft Office 2016
Replaced by
Microsoft Office 2021

Microsoft Office 2019 is a version of Microsoft Office which was released to manufacturing on 24 July 2018, and became available to customers two months later on 24 September 2018. It officially works only on Windows 10, Windows Server 2016 and newer, but it can be patched to run on Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 (also including their server counterparts).

This version also changes the way on how long Microsoft will support the software; instead of 10 years that was on earlier versions of Microsoft Office, Office 2019 will only receive 5 years of mainstream support and 2 years of extended support, adding up to 7 years of support - 3 years less than usual.

It includes all features which are currently available in Microsoft 365. There isn't any MSI version for client apps, only server apps have an MSI version.

This version ships with new fluent icons, which were later backported to Office 2016. For the first time, the icon set is the same on all systems. To comply with the UI language of macOS Big Sur, all icons were put in an app symbol with an update released in 2020.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This version only installs on Windows operating systems with the 10.0 kernel version, hence it works on Windows 10 betas, as seen here.