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It's not Office 2007, but it also won't cost you an arm and a leg

While most of the media attention has swirled around Microsoft Office over the years, there's another contender in the productivity suite market that has many followers. OpenOffice.org has been around for quite some time providing users with a competent freeware alternative to Microsoft.

Now just as we're getting close to RTM for Office 2007, OpenOffice.org has released version 2.0.4 of its popular application. There are a number of bug fixes with this release, many of which you can view here. To download the OpenOffice.org 2.0.4, you can use a traditional download link or download it via BitTorrent.

If you may recall, Microsoft has in the past taken plenty of pot shots at OpenOffice.org saying that the program is largely outdated and that Office 2007 provides a superior platform for consumers and businesses. While that may be true, many consumers don’t argue with “free” if it fits their needs.





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