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Upgrading from 2013 - what problems may I experience

Upgrading from 2013 - what problems may I experience

Upgrading from 2013 - what problems may I experience

(OP)
Hello All.

As we are under lockdown, I am thinking it may be a good time to look at upgrading my office machines from 2013.

I'm aware that support will end for 2013 in 2023.

Options seem to be 2016, 2019 or maybe 365.

My preferred options are I think 2016 or 2019.

I would be very interested in others experience as to what problems they experienced when upgrading from 2013?

I'm hopeful problems will not be too many, but of course things don't often go smoothly in upgrades.

Thanks for any input. Regards all - Keep safe - Mark



RE: Upgrading from 2013 - what problems may I experience

I have not heard of any issues of going from 2013 to 2016 (unless you go from 32 bit to 64 bit or the other way around). For a few years my work computer was Windows 7 and Office 2013. Now I have Windows 10 and Office 2016. I have not noticed any difference.

RE: Upgrading from 2013 - what problems may I experience

(OP)
Thanks - sounds hopeful 👍

RE: Upgrading from 2013 - what problems may I experience

Agree with kray4660

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