Best Free Software for Students: Save money with these essential tools

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Looking to save money on software without caring too much about fancy looks? Check out these awesome free tools for students!

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No matter what you're studying, having an office package like Microsoft 365 is a must. But you don't have to break the bank. Microsoft 365 offers great free options for students.

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Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides: For students, our top choice is Google Docs. It's simple to use and lets you create basic documents, spreadsheets, and presentations online.

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LibreOffice: LibreOffice gives you six programs (Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math, and Base) that cover everything from Word and PowerPoint to Excel and more!

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Microsoft 365 Online: This version of Microsoft 365 includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, and Teams – all free and ready to use.

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Polaris Office: Compatible with all Microsoft 365 file formats, Polaris Office also syncs easily with Google Drive, OneDrive, or Dropbox for on-the-go storage.

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WPS Office: Another alternative to Microsoft 365, WPS meets your document, presentation, and spreadsheet needs. It has some ads, but it's super easy to use and works with all Microsoft file formats.

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SoftMaker FreeOffice: True to its name, SoftMaker FreeOffice is a free alternative to Microsoft Office. It closely mimics the original, providing a word processor, plan maker, and presentation software – all compatible with Microsoft files.

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Save money without compromising on productivity. Choose the best free software for students and excel in your academic endeavors.

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