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Wednesday, October 30th 2002, 6:30pm

Office 11 for XP and 2000 w/ SP3

The next release of Microsoft Corp.'s Office productivity software will work only on Windows XP and Windows 2000 operating systems that have Service Pack 3 installed, the company said yesterday, citing security and compatibility issues with older systems.
The company could shift its plans if it receives overwhelming feedback from customers, the spokeswoman said. As it stands, Office 11 won't be designed for installation on PCs running Windows ME (Millennium Edition), Windows NT, Windows 98, Windows 98 SE (Special Edition) or Windows 95.

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Wednesday, October 30th 2002, 6:40pm

This is shit!

Windows is shit! Why you post this message?

Nobody use this shit because OpenOffice and KOffice are much better and free! So write to a windows board but who uses this shit OS?

Bill and Steve go home! ;) There not good! The own problem it gives is the windows apps on linux!



Wednesday, October 30th 2002, 7:13pm

Just a thought

Just a thought but I'm just expressing an opinion on MS just like the people in the topic before mine, labled Microsoft. As a computer tech, I have to keep up on the news and I thought that others might want to keep up on it too, just to see how badly MS is screwing themselves this time.





Wednesday, October 30th 2002, 8:23pm


Ok thats OK but we must not have the latest Microshit news!

Please choose another topic like M$ is bad ;)




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Wednesday, October 30th 2002, 9:15pm

Great News,
so DAU Dumm User (I don't know the english expresion) won't be able to use the copy from his "friend" on this much loved Windows98/ME hehe.
I'm so sorry...



Thursday, October 31st 2002, 12:17am

This shows how M$ is scheming to get more money. They make Windows users :evil: that are using old versions BUY :evil: (OR pirate...hehe...) WIndows XP or 2000 so they can increase their sells on those, and on their Office Shit. :evil:


Thursday, October 31st 2002, 12:20am

This might give a chance for OpenOffice to grow on the older Windows systems. But do you guys think Office 11's switch to XML is good or bad?
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Saturday, January 25th 2003, 9:06pm

Personally, I dont see it as good or bad, i dont personally see the need, 99% of users, including myself have no need for XML document format, personally i think Microsoft is just toying with it's latest idea.