The succinct answer is No.
The longer answer is Office hasn’t been included with Windows for ages but has always been available by purchasing it.
The same is true of Windows 11. You have to pay for a Microsoft Office subscription to use it with your Windows 11 computer.
But if you have an existing subscription to Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365), then you’re all set. You just need to install the Office suite after upgrading to Windows 11.
Note that support for older versions of Office (2010 and below) has been discontinued since last year. So if you’re still using that, you should upgrade your Office as well to avoid unnecessary risks and compatibility issues.
As always, these upgrades will create conflicts with existing applications and hardware. So, if you need to buy a new computer make sure your existing applications and peripherals will work with Windows 11. For an existing computer, we recommend waiting a couple of months for the bugs to reveal themselves before upgrading.
Tomorrow’s Question — How Do I Switch from Windows 10 to 11?