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A computer that is built instead of bought can cost as little as $500, and still be a full featured, highly functional machine. Software licenses for certain office suite can cost as much or even more than all of the hardware combined. Of course, one can steal an ISO off the internet or load up a cracked version from a friend, but what if one is building the computers for a business. Surely there must be a cheaper and more legal way to put a full functioning, Microsoft-compatible office suite on a Windows computer. Luckily, there is. Enter
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