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microsoft office 2010

Posted by mohan desai on જુલાઇ 29, 2009

microsoft is going to release it’s next office version, microsoft office 2010 by the mid of the next year,it will be launched in both 32 bit and 64 bit version,after the office 2007 microsoft is now comes with new office 2010 , when office 2007 was launched at that time we are happy to use that becase ther are many reson like new look and some more feautres to it to make use comfartable and thats the reson
microsoft office 2010featurs the folowing application
  • word 2010
  • excel 2010
  • powerpoint 2010
  • outlook 2010
  • access 2010
  • one note 2010
  • publisher 2010
  • info path 2010

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Microsoft is selling Office in China for a meager $29. Jealous?

Posted by mohan desai on જુલાઇ 23, 2009

A recent article posted on BusinessWeek discusses Microsoft’s new “pricing strategy” that cuts the prices on Windows and Office products. But what really struck a true nerve in the article was the fact that Microsoft has chosen to offer Office in China for a measly $29. Why is the country getting such an amazing deal? The company blames piracy, stating that 95-percent of the Office installations in China are illegal. Because of this factor, Microsoft is testing the new, dirt-cheap pricetag.The result? An 800-percent increase in sales since the trial began in September 2008, with an estimated 80,000 copies sold since then. Pleased with the results, Microsoft even said that it plans to keep the new pricetag.
Worldwide, unit sales of Microsoft Office have spiked 415-percent, stemming from not-quite-so-low price points in Brazil, India, and more countries.

So what gives? Why are consumers rooted in the West to pay over $200 for Microsoft Office 2007? One of the biggest arguments surrounding piracy is overall pricing, whether it’s related to Microsoft, Adobe, or the latest PC game. If prices were brought down to reasonable levels as seen in China, perhaps piracy wouldn’t be quite as problematic.

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