Netbooks finally have a specific software suite for them in the form of the Corel Home Office, where this bunch of productivity programs will come loaded on a USB flash drive instead of a DVD, which goes down nicely with most netbooks since they tend to lack an optical drive. You can be sure that Corel Home Office won’t be a memory hog, as it comprises of Corel Write, Corel Calculate and Corel Show that are actually a word processor, spreadsheet application and a presentation software, respectively. Hec, you even have the option of installing these programs separately instead of as a suite just to save on hard drive space (although that isn’t much of an issue these days). Do you think the $69.99 asking price is well worth every penny?
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