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       but MSFT products are NOT cheap - their limited editions are
included on new PCs due to some agreement BGates made with the
manufacturers; once the trial version runs its course and/or the user
desires more than the trial version offers they must purchase the product -
and the product is only good for a limited number of downloads - therefore
if you must replace your computer more than once, you must re-purchase the

On Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 5:48 PM, Andreas Säger <> wrote:

Am 11.10.2012 20:46, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:

It is nice to see that MacWorld Australia states that LibreOffice is a
"must have" app/package. I wonder if the MacWorld for the USA and Europe
would have the same statement.

Be nice to have LO listed in the "must have" category in the various
Windows magazines. We could use more Windows users, and free
advertisements towards Windows users, as we can get.

It would be nice to have a booth in a Windows version of the big
software shows that happen for Linux and Mac. But those booths may be
very expensive to "rent" for such an event.

Windows users can run MS Office easily and for little money (if any). Why
should they use LibreOffice if all they want is cheap MS Office? Idealism?

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