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Daemon News: Applixware for FreeBSD

Dec 26, 1999, 23:34 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Don Wilde)

"For years, we BSDers have been looking for ways to help our favorite OS penetrate the office and home marketplace. We have been ignored mainly because of the lack of an office suite with word processor and spreadsheet and presentation package..."

"We need wait no longer. Applix, Incorporated, in partnership with Walnut Creek CDROM, have released Applixware Office Solutions in a native FreeBSD binary. A complete package..."

"My first impression is that this is a very slick package with a lot of power."

"Applix has many neat features that are IMHO better than Microsoft, and its ability to work well on an obsolete system is a real plus.

"As a corporate office productivity solution, the combination of Applixware and FreeBSD really shines. Applix' designers and programmers are UNIX people through and through, and their experience shows."

"The ability to add real programmability and OS integration sets this product far above a Microsoft solution."

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