How to watch Golden Globes Lady Gaga's dogs have been recovered unharmed T-Mobile's $50 unlimited home internet Johnson & Johnson's COVID vaccine approved by FDA WandaVision episode 8 One year, 10 million hits, an open-source office suite launched by Sun Microsystems that dovetails with the company's StarOffice effort, has been downloaded more than 10 million times since version 1.0 was released a year ago, community manager Louis Suarez-Potts wrote in a message posted to the site on Thursday.

More than 95,000 people are registered users of the software, which runs on various flavors of Linux, Sun Microsystems' Solaris, Microsoft Windows and Apple's Mac OS X. is also the name of the open-source group that develops the productivity suite. The software--which includes a word processor, drawing application, presentation software and a spreadsheet--has been translated into 10 languages, Suarez-Potts said. The latest version is 1.0.3.