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SharePoint 2013 -- Foundation vs Standard ?

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I am thinking about using the
FREE "SharePoint Foundation 2013"
or maybe the PAID "Standard" edition
on site, not hosted in the CLOUD.

Does anyone have a better comparision link ?
  ** http://www.apps4rent.com/sharepoint-2013-features-comparison.html
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It might be better to ask for comments about the kind of things you're hoping to achieve with SharePoint.
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