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OnLive Desktop changes OS to Windows Server 2008

By Leeky
Apr 11, 2012
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  1. The popular iPad app, OnLive Desktop, which provides Apple tablet users with a hosted Windows 7 desktop and native Office 2010 support announced this week the move over to Windows…

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  2. What does MS Office logo to do with this article on frontpage? ^^"
     
  3. mevans336

    mevans336 TS Enthusiast Posts: 161   +11

    The main selling point of OnLive is so you can actually create/modify Microsoft Office documents using native Microsoft Office apps.

    If you've ever tried to collaboratively share and edit an Office formatted document with people who use anything other than Microsoft Office, like OpenOffice or Google Docs, you'd quickly realize what an exercise in absolute frustration it is.

    You're not going to use this for too much else, as all it is a hosted Terminal Services session (RDP) running across the Internet on OnLive's servers.
     

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