The first screenshot showcases a better office suite that ThinkFree offers—the Thinkfree Server Edition. You’ll be reading here everything about the Server Edition from its features, system requirements,etc. The positive things in this web page are the presence of an online demo link and one can download a server edition trial. Negative part: the demo is not that convincing. But I think that’s why people must try the real thing or opt to download the trial software.
The second one spotlights ThinkFree Docs focusing on its featured documents and presentations. I don’t like it that the ‘cool presentation’ included in this page doesn’t even have a picture preview-I could see only a blank square. Positive: there is a ‘help’ option that will help me learn about creating my own portfolio—seems very interesting to me
The third presents an overview of ThinkFree’s Online Edition plus its features, what’s new and how to sign up. Based on what I’ve seen, I think Thinkfree, like Google Docs, has the same problem concerning its word processor (ThinkFree Write)—it’s somewhat underpowered. Good thing is you no longer have to worry about losing your files again. You can store and access all your documents in a secure storage server without the hassle of creating backup copies. This is an edge.
Fourth screenshot advertises the ThinkFree Portable Edition specifically for U3 and a glimpse of its iPod Edition encouraging customers to purchase the said products. There is a big reason to purchase them especially the iPod edition if you want to create, edit, store and transport ThinkFree show and powerpoint presentations. Although…it’s not that easy to do. It could be a good learning experience and a bad one if there will be a lot of hassles in the way.
Fifth one provides information on ThinkFree Desktop main features and benefits. Like what the slogan says—All the tools you need to get ahead in business (without the headache of a big business bill). I think you have to try it to believe. I believe there’s a price for everything. I’m willing to pay big bills if the product is worth it. This one is worth a try. It’s compatibility with Microsoft is an encouragement.
Lastly, the six and last screenshot is all about the ThinkFree Premium Edition ‘for your life offline’ as the tagline says. This is definitely premium stuff! Combining desktop and web applications is a wonder. Everything in this web page is comprehensive and it gives the necessary information for customers. Downloading the beta edition, I hope, will not be a (slight) problem