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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Free Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007 Downloads

Microsoft is moving aggressively to counter the threat of online substitutes to its bread-and-butter OS and office productivity suite by offering free full licenses to Windows Vista Business and Microsoft Office Professional 2007. The idea is that the two work together synergistically, so the program is called the Power of Together. Given the growing popularity of webtops like Goowy and online office suites like Google Docs and Spreadsheets, it's clear that Microsoft's absolute domination of the business world is coming to an end.

To get your license, you have to complete three webcasts (watch, answer questions, and give personal information) for each license. It's limited to US residents, and you'll need to be running IE6 or 7.

Power of Together


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