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  1. Join Date
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    #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Aquaman123
    Statistics show that 71% of PC software being used in the Philippines in 2004 was Illegal. Pwede bang tumawag sa Microsoft for support kug pirated ang XP mo?


    The new version 2.0 of OpenOffice is MS Office file compatible
    have you tried StarOffice?


    Kaya nag hang pc mo kc gamit mo siguro Microsoft Windows

    New features of OpenOffice 2.0
    http://www.openoffice.org/dev_docs/f...2.0/index.html
    rephrase nalang... hindi support as in customer support kundi application support... parang ang analogy ko sa Word...

    Both 1.0 and 2.0 naman are compatible. Nung sa 1.0, puro hang PC, minsan nasisira formatting ko. Sa 2.0 naman konti lang na ang problem. Yung naainis lang ako ay yung mga fonts at objects ko kasi... di mo alam kung ssan saan nagpupunta... pag simple word/excel naman okay siya. Dapat tangalin an ang iba pa niya bugs... hmmm... naisip ko dahil din cguro NT gamit ko...

    Di ko pa nagamit StarOffice... mas okay ba?

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    #12

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    #13
    eh? parang may bayad rin ata xandros e..back to square one? lol

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    #14
    I haven't tried newer versions of Linux pero I know Linux is way much better... wala pa gaano masyado applications kasi noon... kaya stuck lang mostly sa programming/shell applications.

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    #15
    Xandros Linux OS 3.0 is FREE.

    The Open Circulation Edition of Xandros may be freely copied and distributed, either in the downloadable form posted at the Xandros web site or by replicating the installation CD.

    Click mo to : http://www.xandros.com/products/home..._oc_intro.html

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    #16
    ok staroffice, yan gamit sa RCBC

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    #17
    we use linux (red hat) as the server for our POS system sa store, it takes a while to get used to but it is almost the same as windows once you get the hang of it. Another reason to go linux...free virus scanners and virus scanner updates.... as in FREE... sa Microsoft hindi lang 57,000 ang gastos more pa.

    Sa akin lang talaga, is kulang lang ng tiyaga ang tao na mag-change ng OS kasi sobrang sanay na sa windows, kung for home use pwede pa gawing rason yun, but if sa offices..heck ...UP did it, they changed their whole system and being maintained by them too. hopefully linux is the future...

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    #18
    Some of the M$ windows apps than runs on Linux:

    Corel PHOTO-PAINT
    Paint Shop Pro
    Winamp
    Microsoft Money
    WinZip
    Internet Explorer
    Dreamweaver
    * Microsoft Office XP, 2000 and 97
    o Microsoft Word
    o Microsoft Excel
    o Microsoft PowerPoint
    o Microsoft Outlook
    o Microsoft Internet Explorer
    * Microsoft Access *
    * Microsoft Project
    * Adobe Photoshop
    * Microsoft Visio*
    * Lotus Notes 5.0 and 6.5.1
    * Quicken
    * iTunes
    * FrameMaker
    * Various Web Browser Plugins
    o QuickTime
    o Shockwave Director
    o Windows Media Player 6.4
    * and more...
    MS Visual C++
    MS Visual FoxPro
    MS Access
    MS Office & Office Viewer
    Adobe Photoshop 7
    Illustrator 9
    Acrobat Reader 5.1,
    DCOM98
    Windows Core Fonts
    .... at marami pang iba

    click the following link for more:
    http://www.winehq.org/site?ss=1
    http://frankscorner.org/
    http://www.codeweavers.com/site/products/cxoffice/?ad=4
    http://www.win4lin.com/content/view/64/125/

    Haaaaay ang dami talaga!

    Kaya mga tsikoteers lipat na kayo sa Linux!!!!
    Siguradong walang raid!!! hehehehe

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    #19
    I use Knoppix sometimes, Bootable CD or DVD for linux, no installation required. Includes applications already. Its free from their website.

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    #20
    OT: there is a growing worldwide reaction against overprotection of copyright. computer software falls under copyright. the rights of copyright users are progressively being neglected and at an alarming rate at that.

    in fact, i did my masters thesis on the possibility of amending international laws on copyright to enhance the rights of copyright users.


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