StarOffice 5.2, indepth...
Posted on: 07/21/2000 04:46 AM

Being a *nix user, StarOffice is something I'm quite accustomed to. This free alternative from Sun Micro Systems has grown and become quite popular. The gentlemen over at littlewhitedog.com decided to take a look at this alternative office suite.
As a Linux user I've always wished for an office suite that was as complete and functional as Microsoft Office. Also, as a Windows OS user I've wished for an office suite that was not as expensive as MS Office but still had the functionality and the integration. Some of you may be familiar with StarOffice since it was one of the only complete office suite solutions for Linux for a long time, but you may not be familiar with StarOffice 5.2 which has refined all of it's previous elements and added multiple OS support. The StarOffice of today can be run on Linux, Mac, Solaris, UNIX, and yes Windows 9x/2000/NT/ME. To top it all off, this wonderful product is free...
I've always enjoyed using Star Office, very slick and easy to use. Read the remainder of this review.




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