This confirms what many of us have been warning about for some time: that Microsoft’s new-found eagerness to “engage” with open source has nothing to do with a real desire to reach a pacific accommodation with free software, but is simply a way for it to fight against it from close up, and armed with inside knowledge.
Don’t forget Lotus Symphony as well.
Also popular was a column on free software. Best advice? Use free antivirus programs, such as Avira AntiVir Antivirus Personal (free-av.com) and AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition (free.avg.com). And try the OpenOffice.org, instead of paying for Microsoft Office.