It's free, has lots of tools, and is compatible with Microsoft Office file formats.
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Easy-to-use Acorn can handle much of what you do in high-end image-editing tools such as Adobe Photoshop, without breaking a sweat or your budget.
MacBooster from IObit offers a collection of tools for monitoring the status of your Mac, from tracking how efficiently your system is running to identifying possible security threats. The latest version adds the ability to securely delete items and manage iTunes files.
Quickly reposition and organize open windows on your Mac.
LibreOffice for Mac is free and offers a broad, useful collection of productivity tools and compatibility with Microsoft Office file formats, making it a compelling alternative.
Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac moves to the cloud and embraces popular features from the Windows and iOS editions, putting the long-anticipated update -- which includes Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and now OneNote -- on more even footing on the Office platform.
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