Microsoft gives away free technical software to students
18 February 2008
Microsoft will provide millions of students around the world with access to the latest Microsoft developer and designer tools at no charge.
The Microsoft DreamSpark student program, unveiled by Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates today, makes a broad range of development and design software available for students to download.
The program is now available to more than 35 million college students in Belgium, China, Finland, France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the U.K. and the U.S. Broad global coverage, as well as an expansion of the program to high school students around the world, potentially reaching up to 1 billion students worldwide, will continue throughout the next year.
Microsoft DreamSpark is available to all students whose studies touch on technology, design, math, science and engineering.
The software to be made available includes:
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