Microsoft supports non-profit organizations by donating softwares

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Microsoft has renewed its Software Donation Program in order to help non-profit organizations claim software support easier. Organizations can apply for softwares at any time during the year, according to the new concept.

Microfost has donated more than HUF 1 billion of software trough this program since 1998 to non-profit organizations in 364 countries. Meanwhile, the number of available software products has been raised from six to ten. The new list includes products like Windows 7, Office 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint 2010.

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