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 Gameguru Mania News - Feb,18 2013 -  
TechNews - Buy Office 365, Not Office 2013? - tech
(hx) 05:08 PM CET - Feb,18 2013 - Post a comment / read (13)
What is pretty clear is that Microsoft is trying hard to get people on subscriptions. For example, the Office Professional subscription allows installation on up to 5 devices per user (like Office 365 Home Premium), where as the standalone version no longer allows installation on a second device such as a laptop. ..Maybe start to use some alternatives - LibreOffice (take a look at on this comparison table), Apache OpenOffice, Kingsoft Office - they offer all the vast majority of people need for most of their office-suite needs. MS Office coasts along based on its name and its popularity in the business community, not because it's 'better.' What do  you think?
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  • Microsoft: Buy Office 365, Not Office 2013. Or You'll Be Sorry - For those still wondering whether to choose Microsoft's traditional Office productivity software suite or the new, subscription-based Office 365, consider this: traditional Office users will have to wait for "updates," and they won't receive any new "upgrades" to the service at all. And there's another consideration, too: Office 2013 is apparently locked to a single machine, perpetually, while Office 365 licenses are sold to a group of users, who can license and de-license PCs at will. In related news, here's some Office 365 Home Premium vs. Office 2013 comparison
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  • Fujifilm unveils flexible speakers for next-gen devices - Flexible devices are on the horizon and the world could soon be making use of these. Pushing the development of technology as such further towards reality, Fujifilm has developed an electroacoustic film. Simply put, this development is a flexible film speaker that could soon be used in next-generation devices.
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last 10 comments:
Csimbi(05:38 PM CET - Feb,18 2013 )
quote:
What is pretty clear is that Microsoft is trying hard to get people on subscriptions.

That is the going to be the end of MS Office.

BTW, there's a new set of drivers that came out just now:
http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/314.07/314.07-win8-win7-winvista-desktop-release-notes.pdf
http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/314.07/314.07-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-32bit-english-whql.exe
http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/314.07/314.07-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-english-whql.exe

http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/314.07/314.07-winxp-desktop-release-notes.pdf
http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/314.07/314.07-desktop-winxp-32bit-english-whql.exe
http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/314.07/314.07-desktop-winxp-64bit-english-whql.exe

tride(07:35 PM CET - Feb,18 2013 )
quote:
Iceland Wants to Ban Internet Porn

Woah, great! Now icelanders will get even higher percentage of psychopaths,
They live in dark for like half a year, dont get quality vitamins. Alcohol is expensive and hard to find. They are so depressed and bored there and now when there is no Porn anymore, i predict a lot of rage in Iceland :lol:

Csimbi(09:22 PM CET - Feb,18 2013 )
So, ~350k less porn consumers - that is, if everyone consumed porn in Iceland. Great.
How much does it cost to make it happen and keep it happening?

gx-x(10:08 PM CET - Feb,18 2013 )
Csimbi> So, ~350k less porn consumers - that is, if everyone consumed porn in Iceland. Great.
How much does it cost to make it happen and keep it happening?


one or more willing local girls and Iceland is in business :P
besides, will they ban access to proxy providers? ;)

PS. Bigger issue is at stake here. The are stomping on freedom of choice.

gx-x(10:26 PM CET - Feb,18 2013 )
hey chief, you forgot to link this: "Microsoft: The 90s - Here is a commercial to remind me how old I am. Unfortunately, Internet Explorer sucks"

heretic(11:15 PM CET - Feb,18 2013 )
gx-x> hey chief, you forgot to link this: "Microsoft: The 90s - Here is a commercial to remind me how old I am. Unfortunately, Internet Explorer sucks"

Fixed :-)

lorcro2000(07:04 AM CET - Feb,19 2013 )
Unfortunately in an office environment there are many reasons to stay locked in to Office.

Mail and calendar/resource sharing via Outlook and Exchange... Excel is far more feature-ful than LibreOffice... compatibility with Office formats in other places... etc.

LibreOffice is getting better but it still has ways to go.

gx-x(09:34 AM CET - Feb,19 2013 )
lorcro2000> Unfortunately in an office environment there are many reasons to stay locked in to Office.

Mail and calendar/resource sharing via Outlook and Exchange... Excel is far more feature-ful than LibreOffice... compatibility with Office formats in other places... etc.

LibreOffice is getting better but it still has ways to go.


people just need to take one small step...like the moon thing! Get it?! :D
Let me tell you a story:
i happen to know at least 3 persons that use photoshop every day. They crop their photos and save them for web. I suggested t o them to use "paint" for that purpose. They replied: "paint doesn't have near enough effects and things like photoshop does".
They still just crop pictures.
Get my point?

lorcro2000(02:55 PM CET - Feb,19 2013 )
Replacing an entire mail system is not a small step. :/ Exchange + Outlook works great when you get it up and running, and you can use it to share calendars and book resources (rooms, shared hardware...)

And people who use some heavy duty Excel stuff that pushes the software to the limits can't easily move that to LibreOffice, because the calc function there is inferior and can't handle the really complex stuff that some places use.

Then there's retraining every worker as well...

So yeah, it's one small step the way going to the moon was one small step, I agree. ;)

gx-x(07:05 PM CET - Feb,19 2013 )
lorcro2000> Replacing an entire mail system is not a small step. :/ Exchange + Outlook works great when you get it up and running, and you can use it to share calendars and book resources (rooms, shared hardware...)

And people who use some heavy duty Excel stuff that pushes the software to the limits can't easily move that to LibreOffice, because the calc function there is inferior and can't handle the really complex stuff that some places use.

Then there's retraining every worker as well...

So yeah, it's one small step the way going to the moon was one small step, I agree. ;)


well, there is more than one exchange server service. Besides, how many office users are "hardcore excel" practitioners?

"calc function there is inferior and can't handle the really complex stuff that some places use."

If those places rely on Microsoft software then they are in trouble. Such places should have their own software developed for their specific needs, running on *nix system or at least linux.

Baconnaise(05:08 PM CET - Feb,21 2013 )
lorcro2000> Replacing an entire mail system is not a small step. :/ Exchange + Outlook works great when you get it up and running, and you can use it to share calendars and book resources (rooms, shared hardware...)

And people who use some heavy duty Excel stuff that pushes the software to the limits can't easily move that to LibreOffice, because the calc function there is inferior and can't handle the really complex stuff that some places use.

Then there's retraining every worker as well...

So yeah, it's one small step the way going to the moon was one small step, I agree. ;)


I agree with you about libre office. I use it at home and recently deployed it at a small business where my wife works as a favor. It takes some getting used to and isn't as heavy as excel but it's more than enough for most businesses and home users. Part of the problem is leaving that comfort zone you have with a certain app where you know where everything is imo.

gx-x(05:52 PM CET - Feb,21 2013 )
Personally, since I am designer, I do my office work in in-design or photoshop lol sometimes even illustrator xD
excell? da fak do you need that for, google docs does that shit xD

Baconnaise(04:54 PM CET - Feb,22 2013 )
gx-x> Personally, since I am designer, I do my office work in in-design or photoshop lol sometimes even illustrator xD
excell? da fak do you need that for, google docs does that shit xD


Google Docs is another decent alternative. Graphics wise I end up using Adobe products mostly due to the fact most of what I find relevant is in Fireworks/Photoshop formats with the associated filters addons etc.

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