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Microsoft launches office suite locally

Microsoft launches office suite locally

AMERICAN software giant Microsoft Corporation launched its latest edition of its popular Office software suite in the Kingdom on Thursday. “More than 1 billion PCs worldwide have Office software installed, making it the most widely used productivity suite in the world,” Internet market research firm comScore Senior Vice President Mike Hurt said in a Microsoft press release. The last Office edition hit store shelves in 2007. Approximately 95 percent of software operated in the Kingdom is pirated, according to a 2007 report produced by the International Data Corporation and previously provided by Microsoft.

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