Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 17th Sep 2012 23:05 UTC
Microsoft Microsoft Office 2013 has received its pricetags. Home and Student - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote - is $140, while Home and Business, which adds Outlook into the mix, is $220. Professional jumps to a whopping $400, but adds Access and Publisher. For $100 per year, you can get the subscription version, which can be installed on up to 5 PCs (both Windows and OS X PCs). In related news, Microsoft still thinks it's 2001.
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Not a user of Office365, so I can't say how good (or bad) is.

But I have used Google Docs and it's just a bad joke. Useful if you only need to write simple letters and do a few calculations using an spreadsheet, but if you need it to do real work (at least, the kind of work I do) is totally useless. It's too limited and not flexible enough. Maybe that's the reason to use Office 365 instead of Google Docs.

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