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Old 09-19-2012, 10:56 PM   #62
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Originally Posted by tubemonkey View Post
I'll check it out. Wikipedia says it's a forked version of OpenOffice.
OpenOffice is so 2010


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Trust me, the only office software that's going to be allowed on it, is MS Office.
On laptops? On desktops?

There is no way they could stop OpenOffice and LibreOffice without also eliminating their Visual Studio product line and stopping the custom applications central to operation of the world's medium size and larger businesses and governments. Most organizations would have to stick with Windows 7 (assuming they are there yet) until, maybe a decade from now, they had rewritten their entire non-mainframe, non-web software inventory to run on something like Linux.

Also, Steve Ballmer would have to take back this.
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