If a calculator that tells you exactly how much you'll save by going Google isn't enticing enough, perhaps a no-strings-attached test drive is. On Friday the Internet giant announced the option to try out Google Docs without a Google account. 

Zero Commitment 

Big G has provided a video walk through of Docs for quite some time, but now the company is inviting you to take part in a hands-on experience.

You can try out Google's word processor, spreadsheet, and drawing tool without signing over your soul, and all the bells and whistles are included:


The sample document offered for tinkering around with will be available for 24 hours, and comes with a link that enables users to invite others to collaboratively edit. These invitees can be both Google users or people without Google accounts. 

Hey, Pay Attention To Me

The demo isn't a super exciting release, but it's another no-brainer for getting the skeptical (more specifically, the die-hard Microsoft Office fans) to try out Google's offerings.

As mentioned earlier, the company's last release of this sort was the go Google cloud calculator. By answering a few short, number-related questions about your organization, the tool can give you an estimate of how much money you'll save by switching over to Google. 

Add these two new tools to other releases such as the Google Apps Migration for both Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Exchange, and soon the world will be out of reasons not to at least try Google.

If you're ready to check it out yourself, head on over to the demo.