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Noone mentioned FastCopy - small, fast, unicode, supporting hard links, portable... copy/sync app. No whistles.

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General Review Discussion / Re: Best spreadsheet
« on: June 18, 2008, 11:08 AM »
Quote from: mouser on 2007/06/20, 22:26
"Let's just let people make suggestions here in this thread, since i don't have the slightest idea which software to add to the poll."

Now it's the time, 1 year passed.

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...just show me the contents of the archive and not distract me with other stuff.

yeah, just show and don't distract, and in this case 7z is the best.

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Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: eyeOS - Online "Operating System"
« on: June 20, 2007, 05:24 PM »
I'd call them online offices and I think ThinkFree is the best among them.

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General Review Discussion / Re: Best spreadsheet
« on: June 20, 2007, 03:36 PM »
Like the word processors review, I can define 3 groups of spreadsheet programs:

1. Big boys:
Microsoft Excel 2003 and OpenOffice.org 2.x Calc. Maybe there is another great spreadsheet program, I don't know...
My opinion: Excel is excellent.

2. The Rest:
Some are for DOS, some are not for Windows, some require Java, some are beta, some are abandoned etc.
Gnumeric is close to those above but still not so powerful. Also Spread32 is very small and quite good equipped.
And there are many not-so-pro level programs (alphabetical): Abykus, GS-Calc, Bean Sheet, CleanSheets, ConCalc, EasyCalc, Enable, Jeks, Lotus 1-2-3, Lucid 3D, MultiPlan, PlanMaker, QuattroPro, SuperCalc, Sharp Tools Spreadsheet, Sphygnic, SpreadCalc, SpreadPro, VisiCalc, VistaCalc...
My opinion: Spread32 - fast and full off functions..

3. Online:
These are - attention! New - online spreadsheets and offices and desktops (Web2).
Google Docs & Spreadsheet, ThinkFree Office, Zoho Sheet, DesktopTwo, AjaxXls, GHoSt, EditGrid, NumSum...
My opinion: ThinkFree - almost desktop power.

Ok I think the poll must contain only software from the 1st group.

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General Review Discussion / Re: Best spreadsheet
« on: June 20, 2007, 01:14 PM »
mouser: Ok now it's clear. But then could you start such a poll (not a spam) for me and other spreadsheet lovers?

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General Review Discussion / Re: Best spreadsheet
« on: June 20, 2007, 12:54 PM »
There is no "POST NEW POLL" there. You see my problem?

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General Review Discussion / Best spreadsheet
« on: June 20, 2007, 08:30 AM »
I'm using spreadsheets (mainly Excel) for a long time - I'm an economist all the time playing with numbers - starting from DOS's SuperCalc. During the last 10 years I tried many spreadsheet programs including famous and not-famous, commercial and free, final and beta: Gnumeric, OpenOffice.org Calc, KSpread, Spread32 and so on.

Personally I tend to use freeware (especially portaple) soft, but MS Excel is just an exclusion - it's best of all completely. I can say that I'm even holding on Windows only because there is no alternative of Excel in Linux (I hope it's a matter of time).

Also there is a nice review of word processors . I'd like to see a similar review about spreadshets.

Please post your opinion about the best spreadsheet programs. I want to create a poll on this term but I just don't know "how to create a poll". ;)
Excuse my English.

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Weather Watcher v5.6.14 works fine, I live in Georgia. Using for more than 2 years.

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Office
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 +-- Best word processor (there is a review at https://www.donation...s/Archive/WordProcs/)
 +-- Best spreadsheet

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