Make a viable offer for single households with a stationary Windows computer and a Windows Laptop!
I can not understand how Micosoft is thinking with it's offer for home and private. First some statistics:
"The proportion of one-person households increased by 10 percentage points between 1970 and 2012, from 17 percent to 27 percent."
"In 2014, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 124.6 million Americans 16 years and older were single, or 50.2 percent of the population, compared with 37.4 percent of the population in 1976."
Microsoft has no viable offer for all those millions (US) or billions (WW) of single households! A very normal Windows user has BOTH a stationary Windows computer AND a laptop Windows Computer.
Microsofts Office 365 Personal allows for installation on ONE computer only - completely ridiculous and not understandable:
- Does Microsoft want Windows enthusiasts to give up on a Windows laptop (like surface et al) and only use iPads or Android?
- Or does Microsoft want Windows enthusiasts to throw away their stationary computer?
- Microsoft promotes iPad and Android with its offering
You give mobile Android and iOS users a licence on the move but you deny it to Windows users?
How are you thinking???
I have no need whatsoever to step up to have 5 licences with the Office 365 Home offering.
Pleas don't suggest that to a single household that would be an insult.
Why is Microsoft making it so VERY HARD for the few persons that still try to like Micosoft, Windows and Offce?