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Get a set of basic office tools with SSuite Office - Advanced Edition

Expect the basics from this comprehensive set of tools.

Between Microsoft Office and other programs that come preinstalled on most Windows machines, Microsoft tends to dominate the market when it comes to the programs that we use the most. That doesn't stop competitors from presenting alternatives, though. SSuite Office - Advanced Edition is a surprisingly comprehensive collection of programs, with not only office software but also games, an e-mail client, a graphics editor, and much more. The programs are somewhat clunky and dated-looking, but we suppose that if you're not too demanding, they could be a viable option.

SSuite Office opens with a small menu interface that gives you access to all of its programs; they're arranged in categories labeled Advance Office, Internet & Email, Utilities, Multi-Media, Graphics, ReadMe, and LAN Networking. We explored several of SSuite Office's offerings, starting with WordGraph, the suite's word processor. WordGraph presented the typical array of word-processing basics, but nothing particularly interesting. We did note that it didn't seem to be able to open Word documents, although it did successfully save files in this format. Other tools, such as EZMail, Intro Chess, EZPhoto Editor, and others, offered basic functionality but nothing particularly impressive. Each program comes with its own fairly comprehensive Help file, though the software is so basic that most people should be able to figure out how to use it without much assistance. Overall, we liked that SSuite Office - Advanced Edition offered so many tools, but it's hard to be excited about a program that duplicates the features of so many other programs.

SSuite Office - Advanced Edition installs and uninstalls without issues.

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