Thursday, February 21, 2008

Software: Microsoft to Provide Some Software to Students for Free - News and Analysis by PC Magazine

PC Magazine reports: "Microsoft plans to allow college and high school students to receive key technical software for free, in a bid to familiarize students with Microsoft's software.

The program, called DreamSpark, aims to make several programs available to students worldwide for free; Microsoft has begun rolling the program out to college students in several countries, and will expand the program later this year. Microsoft also plans to make the program available to high school students."

This is great news if you're a student going to school to be a developer or web designer...

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