A Poor Geek’s Impression of Office 365

When it was first announced that the next version of Microsoft Office would include a subscription-based option I was skeptical. I knew that I, for one, wouldn’t be buying into a product that I would have to pay for like a utility when I could just as easily buy the standalone version of the same product and own it forever. Why should I have to pay Microsoft $99 a year when I could just as easily install that copy of Office 2010 I have laying around or even something from the open source realm such as OpenOffice or LibreOffice?
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