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Corel WordPerfect Office X3 Home Edition

Corel WordPerfect Office X3 Home Edition

No MS Word here. WordPerfect is cheaper, every bit as good.

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  • This software is amazing! Simultaneously run multiple operating systems on your PC OnTheHub offers an amazing deal for students and faculty.

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  • HP redefines mobile connectivity with the 1010 netbook packed with fun and powerful computing features in a diminutive 8.9" form factor weighing as little as 2.2 lb. Aimed at business professionals, students and world travelers, i... HP redefines mobile connectivity with the 1010 netbook packed with fun and powerful computing features in a diminutive 8.9" form factor weighing as little as 2.2 lb. Aimed at business professionals, students and world travelers, it offers a choice of operating systems, wireless connectivity, Internet access, built-in webcam and the storage space needed for digital photos.

  • *pant pant pant* i've been sweatin so many cellphones lately, i forgot that Google was coming out with an OS for cellys! when the Jesusphone, aka iphone came out, there were mad rumors about what Google's phone is going to be....b... *pant pant pant* i've been sweatin so many cellphones lately, i forgot that Google was coming out with an OS for cellys! when the Jesusphone, aka iphone came out, there were mad rumors about what Google's phone is going to be....but instead of coming out with their own phone, Google developed an open source operating system for cellys. Genius on Google's part again. So far HTC is the manufacturer who is using Android, and will be unveiled on Sept 23, and is going to be available at T-Mobile for a nice price of $199. This may be the object i go waiting in line to get. i can't wait!

  • Leopard is so incredibly easy to use and is very organized.

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  • I've used Windows Vista Business on 2 PC's since it was released. And it had a few SMALL initial (flaws or problems) like every new Operating System has . But since Service Pack 1 for Vista was released from Microsoft about 5 mont... I've used Windows Vista Business on 2 PC's since it was released. And it had a few SMALL initial (flaws or problems) like every new Operating System has . But since Service Pack 1 for Vista was released from Microsoft about 5 months ago. Basically all of the (flaws-problems) have been addressed and in my opinion, Vista (All Vertsions), is much more Robust and SECURE than Windows XP. Since Service Pack 1 was released the Operating System is a step up from all of Microsofts previous operating systems (including Windows XP). RoyalDiscounts.com is the place to get it for the lowest price (by about 18% lower than I've ever seen it anywhere else). You don't need to buy the (Full Version) of any Vista Version. What you do is First install Vista as a Clean Install (verses the Upgrade Option) and don't Activate during the first installation, uncheck Activate when online. After it has gone through the whole installation, you reboot the PC and turn around and Reinstall it, but this time you install it as Upgrade (verses clean install option). Basically you just upgrade the upgrade. After that you can Active the product. Microsoft knows of this procedure and it is not illegal in anyway. Microsoft could have manufactured it so you couldn't upgrade an upgrade but for whatever reason they didn't. So don't get the idea your doing something wrong. Of coarse Micropsoft does not provide this info. with a BlowHorn because of coarse they want to sell the (Full verses Upgrade versions) which are about 28-56% higher priced.

  • Having used quite a few linux distributions, ubuntu is cleary the easiest one. The installation is a breeze even relatively new hardware from my laptop was recognized without problems. If you are just thinking to try unbuntu, yo... Having used quite a few linux distributions, ubuntu is cleary the easiest one. The installation is a breeze even relatively new hardware from my laptop was recognized without problems. If you are just thinking to try unbuntu, you can download a "live-cd". It allows you to run ubuntu without installing it. Ubuntu has all the necessary software for a rich internet experience included (Firefox, Thunderbird, IM). Also features Open Office which enables you to work on your Word and Excel files (Does not support the latest Word/Excel versions) For those who still need to use Windows from time to time, you can add ubuntu to your existing hard disk. At boot time, you will be asked which operating system you would like to use. Ubuntu can even read your data on the Windows partitions. Works with Vista too. Try it. its for free and a great product!

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  • If you are new to Macintosh computers or simply upgrading to Leopard (OS X 10.5), you will save yourself a lot of time and effort by investing in David Pogue's "Missing Manual - Lepard Edition". He is wicked smart, funny and hip ... If you are new to Macintosh computers or simply upgrading to Leopard (OS X 10.5), you will save yourself a lot of time and effort by investing in David Pogue's "Missing Manual - Lepard Edition". He is wicked smart, funny and hip to all the insider tricks and tips. In short, he is the computer professor I wish I had in college. If you are still skeptical, check out his column in the New York Times "Circuits" section on Thursdays. P.S. - I am actually reading this from cover to cover.