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If you need a version of MS Office to do schoolwork, but can't afford one, then try downloading the freeware 'OpenOffice', available at this link:
It's free 'forever', and with just two or three very easy configurations, you can begin 'saving' and 'opening' any MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint files for school that are completely compatible with your school computers that have the 'Genuine' Windows Products installed!
If you really are talking about needing an actual operating system, then try 'Ubuntu'--it's easy to install, it will run on anything, even 'Apple' computers, and you even get free tech support from the major tech schools that make it--it's actually part of their student grading system to help you in the future!
Here's that link! http://www.ubuntu.com/
I use both, on one PC! (lots of folks do)
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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