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Thursday, June 14, 2007

OpenOffice Sports All-Around Improvements

By Tiffany Maleshefski
Going head to head with Microsoft 2007, the latest version of the free-for-all touts across-the-board improvements in the software's word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation applications.

However, the brightest aspects of 2.2, which began shipping at the end of March, are its price tag—free—and its impressively broad platform support. runs on: Windows, Linux x86 and PowerPC, Solaris x86 and SPARC, Mac OS X and FreeBSD.

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