Washington Post: Microsoft Office is cheap to use — until you actually have to buy a copy.
That is, for the millions of users who get the productivity suite bundled with new computers, Office appears to cost nothing. Many others get Office “free” by taking a copy home from their workplace to install on their own PC.
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