Powerpoint 2013 is available for free through various websites offering free trials of Microsoft Office 2013. Softtonic, OnTheHub and the Microsoft official website all offer PowerPoint as part of a free trial or for free as part of either Microsoft Office 2013 or Office 365, as of 2015.Continue Reading
Softonic offers a 30-day free trial of Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus and Microsoft offers a 60-day free trial. At the end of the free trial, users either pay a fee to unlock the product permanently or are locked out from further use. Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus offers many other applications in addition to PowerPoint, such as Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, and Lync.
OnTheHub offers free access to either Microsoft Office 2013 or Office 365 to participating schools. Many schools listed by OnTheHub are not actually eligible for free access but are instead offered the product at a discount. Office 365 is a subscription-based service that offers access to various Microsoft applications, such as PowerPoint, Word, Excel, OneNote and Publisher. Applications are automatically updated upon the release of a newer version; for example, Word 2010 was automatically updated to Word 2013 in 2015. Office 365 also offers access to cloud-hosted versions of Office's hosting platforms for business-oriented customers.Learn more about Software