Microsoft has announced that it's cutting the free Office 365 trial deal from its repertoire, but if you're in the market for a new PC, there are a handful of workarounds to keep your one-year free trial.
Google announced that users of its productivity app suite for Chrome and Android OS will now be able to edit Word doc files natively from the Google Docs app. It also announced that quickOffice is fully integrated into its app suite.
While Drive contains Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides, Google decided to release them as standalone apps for the App Store and Google Play. Docs and Sheets are currently available for download, while Slides will arrive sometime soon.
Definitely ideal for anyone with a Chromebook that works primarily in Google Docs, the new add-on Web app store in Google Drive allows users to install interesting and useful functions within the interface.
At long last, our writer's grand Windows 8 experiment has come to an end. Now that he no longer has to rely entirely on the Microsoft ecosystem, will he stick around? What's the final verdict? Was it worthwhile?