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    Microsoft's Office apps for Android and iOS could be called "Windows-based," after some recent findings.
    The Office apps for Android and iOS appear to have deep ties to the Windows API. A programmer going by the name of "Longhorn" and I recently took apart the Office applications for Android and iOS and inspected their code and content. This process is known as reverse-engineering. We found that they have a lot in common with the versions found on Windows 10 Mobile, and in some cases, with Windows 10, depending on the version you use.

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    06-07-2017 08:10 AM

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