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Google[4] Docs is a web-based application developed by Google that provides users with a platform to create, edit, and store documents online. The software originated from Writely, a standalone web-based word processor, before being acquired by Google in 2006. It supports real-time collaboration, allowing multiple users to view and edit documents simultaneously. Google Docs is compatible with various browsers such as Google Chrome[1], Firefox, Microsoft[2] Edge, and Safari, and can also be accessed through its dedicated mobile app[3] for Android and iOS[6] devices. Additionally, it facilitates offline editing on the Chrome browser and features automatic saving for uninterrupted work. Google Docs has been praised for its user-friendly interface and innovative features like the Explore function, but has faced criticism for being less powerful than desktop-based suites. Despite a few security[5] issues in the past, Google has promptly addressed them, making it a reliable tool for document management.

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1. Google Chrome ( Google Chrome ) Google Chrome is a web browser developed by Google, one of the world's leading technology companies. It was first introduced in 2008 and has since become a dominant player in the browser market. Chrome is known for its speed and efficiency, which comes from its use of open-source code from the Chromium project. It also features a simple, user-friendly interface, highlighted by a combined address and search bar known as the omnibox. Chrome supports a wide range of web standards, including HTML5, and it provides strong security features, including phishing and malware protection. It also allows for extensive customization through browser extensions and themes. Despite its widespread use, it has faced some privacy concerns due to its tracking mechanisms.
2. Microsoft ( Microsoft ) Microsoft is a globally recognized technology company, well-known for its software, hardware, and other digital services. Founded in 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen, it launched revolutionary products like the Windows operating system, Microsoft 365 suite, and the Xbox gaming consoles. Under the leadership of their current CEO, Satya Nadella, Microsoft broadened its scope to include cloud computing and pursued a policy of active acquisitions, including GitHub and Mojang, to enhance its product offerings. Despite facing criticisms and legal challenges over monopoly behavior and usability issues, Microsoft has maintained a solid financial performance, even achieving a trillion-dollar market cap in 2019. Today, it continues to innovate and expand, holding a significant position in the global tech industry.
Google Docs (Wikipedia)

Google Docs is an online word processor included as part of the free, web-based Google Docs Editors suite offered by Google, which also includes Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Drawings, Google Forms, Google Sites et Google Keep. Google Docs is accessible via an internet browser as a web-based application and is also available as a mobile app sur Android et iOS and as a desktop application on Google's ChromeOS.

Google Docs
Developer(s)Google
Initial releaseMarch 9, 2006; il y a 18 ans (2006-03-09)
Written inJavaScript, Java
Système d'exploitationAndroid, iOS, ChromeOS
PlatformWeb application
Available in100 languages[citation nécessaire]
Type
Site webgoogle.com/docs

Google Docs allows users to create and edit documents online while collaborating with other users in real time. Edits are tracked by the user making the edit, with a revision history presenting changes. An editor's position is highlighted with an editor-specific color and cursor, and a permissions system regulates what users can do. Updates have introduced features using machine learning, including "Explore", offering search results based on the contents of a document, and "Action items", allowing users to assign tasks to other users.

Google Docs supports opening and saving documents in the standard OpenDocument format as well as in Rich text format, plain Unicode text, zipped HTMLet Microsoft Word. Exporting to PDF et EPUB formats is implemented.

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