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BW: Thinkfree Office Creates 'Your Workplace in Cyberspace'

Feb 20, 2000, 17:23 (6 Talkback[s])

"ThinkFree.com Presents Office Productivity Solution Written For the Web; Works Online and Offline; Is Microsoft Office Compatible"

"ThinkFree.com today [7 Feb 2000] unveiled ThinkFree Office, a new Web-based productivity suite fully compatible with Microsoft Office and available free to consumers. Developed from the ground-up in Java, ThinkFree Office is optimized for the Web. Its patent-pending architecture delivers on the promise of anytime, anywhere computing by supporting dial-up, broadband and even offline use of its applications. In another announcement made today, ThinkFree.com officially launched its applications portal site, www.thinkfree.com, hosting the ThinkFree Office."

"Using only a browser, ThinkFree Office can be accessed from any platform, including Windows, UNIX, Linux and Macintosh. ... 'ThinkFree Office is about freedom,' said Ken Rhie, president of ThinkFree.com. 'It frees the user from any operating system, device or location. It even frees the user from having to have a constant Internet connection. And, of course, the product itself is free.' "

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