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Google Declares War on Microsoft

Bloggers from around the world are in agreement (will miracles ever cease) that Google’s online spreadsheet application is a full-frontal assault on Microsoft’s cash cow Excel.

It also ends once and for all any speculation that the internet is indeed Google’s operating system. Microsoft might own the desktop, but Google rules… period. It also begs the question if we are just replacing one behemoth for another.

Google imports and uses Excel .XLS spreadsheets but without advanced features such as multiple-page worksheets, cross-linked worksheets, charts and graphs (yet).

But for simple spreadsheets it works fine with all the functionality that you would need.

BTW, sorry for not posting sooner but it seems that Google’s Blogger has been a bit cranky these days.

Related links: webtech, web 2.0, computers and internet, google, microsoft

Written June 8th, 2006 by | Filed under: Search Engine Tips , ,

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