SSuite Office - The Fifth Element 2.1      

Size:  37.75MB

License:   FREE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2012-11-03  | Changelog

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OS:  Win 95/98/ME/NT/2K/XP

Downloads:   32670

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10



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Software Product Description

This office suite runs on all Windows platforms and all hardware systems. With its full 32-bit architecture and stability, it can improve your productivity and document format compatibility.

This office suite introduces some new innovative concepts in interface design and user-friendly application interaction. You get instant system access, top class application design and a cleaner desktop to name a few.

The graphical-user-interface has been made into a more iconic-toolbar, mouse centric type of interface. This increases user-interaction speed and user productivity. So... if you enjoy a more uncluttered desktop, cleaner looking application interfaces, and faster software interaction, then this office suite is for you!

New service pack available: Update Pack 4

Minimum System Requirements:

  • 1024x768 monitor resolution
  • Windows 95 / 98 / 98SE / 2000 / XP Only

No Java or DotNet required, Green Energy Software. Saving the planet one bit at a time...


"lacks finesse"

Reviewer: -peter

Review Date: 2010-05-14

Pros: None

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: When i tried this software i felt a lack of detail and finesse. For instance the help speaks of "spreadform one" in an application that's called "accel". Although it's just the outer coating it gives a feeling of carelesness. One thing that struck me when trying accel was that it was possible to erase an entire worksheet by just hitting F5, no questions asked, and no undo function available: 1 button, --> everything gone, or maybe i missed something, and this while the innocent action of closing the launchbar does ask for a confirmation. Maybe people that make a challenge to existing office suites should especially pay attention to detail. A strength of the suite, i guess, is it's responsiveness, no waiting: floop the apps are open, quite different from the suites i know. When seeing this suite i think it's kind of average but it had/has the potential to be so much better. The main functions are ok, but the detail..... Another example of a missed chance: Wordgraph can export to pdf.... cool, exiting, untill u uderstand it can't put bookmarks in it, or edit it's own pdf's, and then all usefullness is gone because with a pdf-printer any app can export to pdf. The abundance of low-functionality gadgets like a simple clock etc. etc. may be apealing to some looking for a simple responsive but complete office solution, but it gives me the feeling i want to replace most of the gadgets with something better. Take the launchbar, looks nice but not as good as other freeware alternatives, that don't have nero coverdesigner as a fixed item, maybe the author should have focused a bit more on core functionality, although there are also arguments for having that kind of stuff, it's a suite and suites are supposed to have a lot of stuff.


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