Try OpenOffice or LibreOffice. Open Office is from Apache and it's free for linux. I don't know if it is free for Windows or not. When you go to the page, use the computer for which you want the installation and it should sense your operating system.
Here is a link for OpenOffice: openoffice.org
I will list several answers based on what your question entails, feel free to take your pick as your ultimate solution.
My newer computer is a 64 bit Windows 7 (yes, it's an antique :-). The 2007 software will not install on my 64 bit computer.
Excel 32-bit should absolutely install on your 64-bit operating system, because it is backwards-compatible with ...
There is a free SSHFS implementation for Windows here. It doesn't appear to be related to Dokan. It is generally paired with WinFsp, which can be thought of as FUSE for Windows. Both of these are actively maintained as of this writing.
I found, through trawling the Microsoft answers page referenced above, this excellent app called Windows Cursor Hider.
According to the manual, the app:
"...is a small script written and compiled using AutoHotKey that hides
the windows cursor when a user starts typing any alphanumeric (and
certain coding-related) characters, and shows it again as soon ...
While Libreoffice like everyone suggested is a very rounded solution indeed for sake of completeness and more options I am also adding another opensource project here:
They offer self hosted option which is completely free and also a desktop version which is free and an effective replacement for MS Word, MS ...
Are you try to use GoogleSheets?
It's free and more useful for me. It's very similar with MS Exel: all scripts and formulas from Exel are working; you can import from Exel and export to Exel; you can share if it needs; you can use it online or offline.
This is an old question but I thought I would help the people who are coming back to read the answer to this question. I think this is actually a common program that people think that they want.
First, let me tell you that there are TONS of Window Layout Managers. Second, I've tried a lot of them, and let me just warn you that you might not get the ...
To do so manually in the Registry:
Locate the context menu item in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID, e.g., fro Run as Administrator:
You will likely need to take ownership to make any change to that key.
Add a DWORD value, flags.
Set the value to 0 to put it in the Rename section of the context menu.
Set the value to 1 to put it in the Send to section of the ...
This problem has now been solved.
For anyone else with a similar problem, here's what I used:
Download and install Infinite Screen 1.72 from the link above.
Start Infinite Screen.
Go to the "Oversize" tab.
Open the window that you want to make bigger.
LoudGain seems to be the perfect tool:
It uses the well-known mp3gain commandline syntax but will never modify the actual audio data.
Just what you ever wanted: The best of mp3gain, ReplayGain 2.0 and Linux combined.
It reduces gain to -1 dBTP (instead of 0 dBTP, according to EBU recommendation). Almost a security ...
I use ScreenToGif which is very handy. (Not perfect though, that's why I'm interested for other answers).
It is now open-source: https://github.com/NickeManarin/ScreenToGif/
Another free option is OBS (Open Broadcaster
A last software I've tried is Camtasia but it's not free.
Since office condition is mentioned, I assume that you are a office staff who commutes to office daily. Assuming yourshift ends at evening and you turnoff your computer. In the evening.
The next time you start the computer will be in morning. And there is sufficient time for the computer to cool and come to ambient temprature. By first law of thermodynamics,...