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Microsoft Works word processor

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by one.sensei, Oct 5, 2013.

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  1. one.sensei

    one.sensei Thread Starter

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    Where can I download this? I don't know why I can't find it ANYWHERE. It's on my win 7 desktop, but I want it on my laptop. Can someone please find me a download link? If it's not free, then a paid download is fine.
     
  2. dvk01

    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    it is discontinued software now
    you still see copies on Amazon or Ebay, but it is very much buyer beware
     
  3. vanwin

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    It occurs to me that it may have been included in your laptop's original bloatware or otherwise,why would it be on the desktop.
    It is the sort of thing they include, and therefore should be in the partition for reinstalling/reverting to the factory original with all the applications that many do not want in the first place.
    Usually that partition is hidden so you won't see it. If I am correct, and you saved your docs, pictures, videos and music, and downloads to a spare hard drive, and reverted to original, it should arrive again.
    Pretty drastic though. Couldn't you just settle for downloading FREE office suites like Open Office, Libre Office, just ask google for free office suites.
    I have to say that "Works" was never up to much, just a temp port in a storm. You still presumably have word pad, again very limited. I will look out for your reply.
     
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