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Microsoft explains reorganization

...Microsoft customers were outraged, for example, when the company released a version of its Office suite of productivity applications two years ago that created files that couldn't be read by earlier versions of the software. The reorganization...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/03/30/tec_257713.shtml
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Google to launch messaging, voice service

...people and developers will be able to add value to our network by being able to add this to computer games, productivity applications and anywhere else they want," said Georges Harik, director of product management at Google. The new Google...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/08/24/liv_4417.shtml
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Microsoft to introduce Macintosh Office '98

...Mac-o-philes, but often on a delayed and sporadic schedule. The Microsoft Office suite (primarily the business "productivity" applications of Word, Excel and PowerPoint) eventually made its way to both platforms. Yet Microsoft Access -- the flashy...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/02/tec_219961.shtml
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A computer for Christmas? Should you buy now or wait?

...100-megahertz models at sub-$800 prices. These cheap systems are satisfactory for Internet surfing and traditional productivity applications such as word processing and spreadsheets, even if they'll never cross over to the Promised Land of super...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1996/12/11/tec_201164.shtml
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A computer for Christmas? Should you buy now or wait?

...100-megahertz models at sub-$800 prices. These cheap systems are satisfactory for Internet surfing and traditional productivity applications such as word processing and spreadsheets, even if they'll never cross over to the Promised Land of super...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1996/12/11/tec_201165.shtml
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Dolinar on computers: I('ve) B(een) M(oved) by a cheap new PC

...the low end of this year's crop of PCs. But speedwise, I found it more than adequate for Web browsing and productivity applications; after all, it does have a big-time 56 Kbps v.90 modem, a 3.2 gigabyte hard drive and 32 megabytes...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/12/21/tec_248070.shtml
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Dolinar on computers: Don't forget memory and space

...that mass storage on even the lowest-cost systems are adequate for most beginners to use for what we call productivity applications. Buy a computer with at least a 2-gigabyte drive, and you'll be more than fine. You want to make sure...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/10/25/tec_242884.shtml
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Oil Change software hunts down upgrades

...looks for Windows 95 software and software applications for word processors, spreadsheets and other personal productivity applications. It also will search for new drivers for modems, CD-ROMs, sound cards and other accessories. You can find...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1996/10/31/met_200276.shtml
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