ThinkFree Office 3 for the desktop is a decent, low-cost alternative to Microsoft Office. Its free online component has more storage and a few more extra features than competing, browser-based services.
The manufacturer sells this product directly from its Web site, where you can find configuration and pricing information.
Though the Microsoft Office suite still drives the business world, aren't most consumers better off with something that costs a lot less -- or costs nothing at all?
Do I really need all those features? No. And so I've created my last document in Microsoft Word, a product I first began using 27 years ago.
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ThinkFree Office gets simple at-home office chores done, making this suite well worth its $50 price. But if you need Word compatibility, make a run for Microsoft Works.
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