Good luck to them I say. Competition is a good thing. I just hope the software isn't cr@p!
But what can it do other than rebadge Star/OpenOffice and a newbie friendly Linux distro. IT Managers don't normally pickup the database solutions with their groceries.
Just wait for the queues of users with ' I did my work at home on Tescos Office and it won't open in school' routine
Oh joy!! :?
It's hardly an issue -just install openofficeJust wait for the queues of users with ' I did my work at home on Tescos Office and it won't open in school' routine Sad
Oh joy!! Confused
The Office software is actually Ability Office.
I cannot wait for the day when I can do thatOriginally Posted by NetworkGeezer
1 Ironing Board
Server 2003 R2
Ball and Chain
SQL 2005 Enterprise Edition
Ruhbarb Pie (yummy)
Yoghurts (strawberry, raspberry and peach)
Cheese (red leicester, chedder - mild and strong, Churnton, Cathedral City - sliced and block)
HP Proliant ML370 G5 with 18 SA-SCSI
2 more Irons (you can never have enough Irons hey Grumbledook)
2 tickets to We Will Rock You
Well we can all dream about the day that happens
When I owned a 'Newsagents' Ability Office was free on the cover CD on a lot of computer mags.
We used it in school for a number of years until they got MS office.
Surely that's what the Internet is forOriginally Posted by john
I wish, they don't deliver to my area, neither do Asda, Iceland, Tesco or Sainsburys
Where do you live? Antartica?
Yup, its a nice cold place
Tesco delivers to us, but ASDA (same distance away) doesn't!
They are also going to be selling a cd/dvd burning application which again seems a waste of time.
How about setting up a pc with a cd burner at school that has a menu allowing students to create their own disk full of useful free utilities and other software.
They just pick what they want shove in a cd when asekd and it burns it for them
You mean a freedom toaster !How about setting up a pc with a cd burner at school that has a menu allowing students to create their own disk full of useful free utilities and other software.
Would make a great extended schools project
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