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.
ThinkFree Office has a new Flash-powered document viewer that lets you scope out documents without opening them up in the editor.
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ThinkFree announces the availability of an office suite for Netbooks but faces many competitors in the market.
A support page for an Android 2.2 update has gone live, indicating the carrier should be issuing an announcement in short order.
Early numbers show lackluster sales for Microsoft's Office 2010--at least when compared to its predecessor. Why? Bad timing, not enough features.
If you can get by with the basics, you can get your work done in a browser-based word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, or other application.
ThinkFree integrating EditGrid in their online office suite.