""This recent development is to make sure that all of our
applications are cross-platform, working even on Windows and Mac
platforms," says Wade Olson, spokesperson for KDE, makers of the
free KOffice version of Microsoft-like writing, spreadsheet,
drawing and other favorites. "We're following the model set out
decades ago by Linux and BSD operating systems, which were built
freely to be options or alternatives to UNIX.""
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