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    Microsoft Office applications takes to the online



    Microsoft has fired its latest salvo at Google, by announcing a free web-based version of its Office software today,14 July,2009.Next MS Office 2010 will include lightweight versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote when it ships next year.The new web offering will then compete with Google's free online Docs suite launched three years ago.Microsoft Office 2010 will replace previous microsoft office 2007 & microsoft office 2003.Microsoft Office 2010 also fulfill the demands of free microsoft office.
    Last week Google took aim at Windows with news of a free operating system,commited to release next year while in June Microsoft introduced a new search engine called Bing.And Microsoft Will releasing Windows 7 on 22 October this year after the loss of Windows Vista.

    "We believe the web has a lot to offer in terms of connectivity," Microsoft's group product manager for Office told the press.
    "We have over a half a billion customers world-wide and what we hear from them is that they really want the power of the web without compromise. They want collaboration without compromise.
    "And what they tell us today is that going to the web often means they sacrifice fidelity, functionality and the quality of the content they care about. We knew that if and when we were ever going to bring applications into a web environment, we needed to do the hard work first because we hold such a high bar," said Mr Bryant.

    Microsoft said that 400 million customers who are Windows Live consumers will have access to the Office web applications at free of cost.

    At a conference for business partners in New Orleans, Microsoft announced an early release of web-apps to thousands of testers later this year.

    At the end of the year the company expects to release a proper public beta for the software,MS Office 2010 and ship a final version off to PC makers in the first half of 2010.

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