SoftMaker Free Office 1.0.3395 rev 679

SoftMaker Free Office 2012 is a powerful, easy-to-use, modern, lightning-fast office suite for Windows. This is a fully-functional, non-crippled, not time-limited version...totally free of charge, without any obligations.

SoftMaker FreeOffice is a complete office suite with a word processor, a spreadsheet, and a presentation-graphics program:

  • FreeOffice TextMaker is more than just Word-compatible: It is not only great at document creation, but also at adding great-looking layouts.
  • The FreeOffice PlanMaker spreadsheet is not only Excel-compatible, but convinces with ease-of-use, speed, and presentation-quality charts.
  • And FreeOffice Presentations presents itself as a capable, easy to use alternative to Microsoft PowerPoint.

Download: SoftMaker Free Office 1.0.3395 rev 679 | 58.9 MB (Freeware, requires free registration)
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Nothing great, though not bad. If you are into Office 2003, LibreOffice, KingSoft Office then you will like this version of SoftMaker Free Office. But, if you have been using any of the MS Office program with the ribbon then you won't find this all that appealing.

Played around with it for several hours (basically the spreadsheet maker), and found it is pretty much the same as any other spreadsheet program. The text does what you would think a word processor should do.

But if you are an editor or publisher then this would be a let down after using MS Office 2010 or 2013.

For the home user, however, it is not all that bad for doing stuff for around the house. For the college student it will not come chose to what you will need to do a proper term paper that can be read on your professors MS Office program.

If I were to rate this on a scale of 1 through 5 it would be a 3.