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3.4.0 (May 18, 2012)
Get LibreOffice instead - http://fileforum.betanew...or-Windows/1288723415/1
OpenOffice.org is no longer relevant. Some of their programmers broke off and formed The Document Foundation and made LibreOffice, because Oracle would have ruined OpenOffice.org with their corporate mindset. Oracle refused to donate OpenOffice for the greater good, then later they abandoned it and gave it away not to the people, but to Apache, so now it has an Apache license.
LibreOffice uses the open source LGPL license and is made by some of the original OpenOffice.org team. Not only that, but the Go-oo project merged their code with LibreOffice, so it's better than OpenOffice ever was. LibreOffice is the office suite to use from now on.
PS - For anyone who doesn't like the Quickstarter feature, it can be un-selected during setup. If you didn't take care of it there, it can be disabled at any time in Tools > Options > Memory. If you un-selected it during the setup, the choice to disable won't appear in Options.
2011 Build 0707 (Jul 9, 2011)
SIW is great at what it does, but it's only free for personal use, so you can't legally use it on customers' computers or for any other tech work unless you pay. There's no need to break the rules or steal; there's lots of great free software to do almost everything with. A better (maybe the best) program for system information is PC Wizard, which is free for personal and commercial use. It has a portable version, too.
PS I still give SIW a 4, because as far as I remember, it worked great. However, it's PC Wizard for the win.