Quoting <831D1A07A4B1D31186DA00062950FA5722ACC0 at _CB_MAIL>
by Noel Carroll <Noel.Carroll at CardBase.com>:
> I use Star Office at home on an off and on basis. I think its a good
> product with maybe a few rough edges that will be sorted in the next
> release no doubt but the main point is that it does what it has to
> do without fuss. Office is a bloated piece of crap that, when it
> doesn't crash outright, screws up your document the moment you try
> to do something exotic.
> What do people think?
I think I'd very much like to visit your reality sometime, 'cos
StarOffice on various unixes gobbles memory like there's no tomorrow
for me, wheras MS Office on NT is at least 50% less memory intensive
on the same machine, in my experience.
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