“Apple hasn’t supported 32-bit Macs since 2011 when Mac OS X 10.7 Lion was released. Obviously, it’s been quite a while since Apple made a 32-bit Mac at all,” Rich Woods reports for Neowin.

“You might even think that Office 2016 is a 64-bit application because of this. It’s not,” Woods reports. “Today, Microsoft is finally making a 64-bit build of the productivity suite available, but only to Office Insiders for the time being.”

“If you want to try out 64-bit Office for Mac, you need to be an Office Insider,” Woods reports. “If you already are, you’ll have the option to update to 64-bit; if not, you’ll need enroll through AutoUpdate, which you can find by going to Help -> Check for Updates.”

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MacDailyNews Take: Microsoft. Always on the cutting edge.