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Vietnamese Hacao.Office 2.01 released !

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Hi !

Vietnamese Hacao.Office 2.01 for desktop & laptop.

You don't need Windows & Office XP for working at Company, School, Home,...
Easy install it to USB in 2 minutes, Hard disk in 5 minutes,... Iso file 174M only.

Can you mirror Vietnamese Hacao.Office 2.01 (just released) to other server ?

http://dotpups.de/isos/hacao.office201vn.iso (174M)

MD5: http://htb65.de/puppylinux/puppy-releases/isos/hacao.office201vn.iso.md5.txt

Because, Big View on a few news paper in Vietnam & Big Download.

I will post the list of mirror on the first page Hacao's website

http://hacao.com

Hacao & Puppy linux more populars then last year in Vietnam.

Now, Vietnamese user can buy it ($0.5) from Computer CD software shops in Vietnam Smile

Thanks you very much.

Hacao

Screen shot: http://hacao.dotpups.de/hacao.office201.png

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