Sun to give program to schoolsSun Microsystems Korea will donate a Korean language version of the StarSuite7 computer program to schools in Korea. The program, which is a combination of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and graphic programs, can run on the Windows and Linux operating systems and also on Macintosh. Kim Jones, vice president of global education and research, said yesterday that the software will be free for trials for one and a half years in 25 countries, including Korea. Sun also unveiled source codes on the Internet to allow computer users to upgrade the program on their own. The StarSuite7 program can be downloaded beginning next month from two sites (www.edunet), or (www.sun.co.kr).
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