Extend Your Microsoft Office Trial For Five More Months

Windows: Microsoft offers free 30-day trials of Office 365 and Office 2013. After your free month is over, you won't be able to use some major features of these office suites. One little-known secret, however, is you can actually extend your trial five times, for a total of 180 days of use.

The How-To Geek offers the instructions to extend your test drive using a built-in tool provided with Microsoft Office, OSPPREARM.exe. You'll need to repeat this process every 30 days if you want to keep "rearming" the trial, but this gives you nearly half a year of Microsoft Office access for free. Hit up the link below for the simple instructions.

How to Extend Your Office 2013/365 Trial to 180 Days [How-To Geek]


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    This breaches the EULA of the product directly and should not be recommended as though it is a legitimate course of action.

      Live a little. If people like it they will eventually buy it, the article isn't saying pirate Office 2013, it just shows you how to try it longer.

        It doesn't matter. Breaching the EULA *IS* piracy. I obviously don't care - everyone does it, and they obviously made the mistake of including this (or maybe it was deliberate, they're pretty generous these days) - i'm speaking from a purely legal standpoint.

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