by Tom Duffy
So far, almost every one of my blog posts has been about Linux. That’s because I use Linux. But a lot of people out there use Windows and there’s a vast amount of Windows open source software out there. Want freedom for Windows? Download WinLibre Here. WinLibre is an application that gives you access to many open source applications for Windows all in one place.
For those of you who want more advanced open source solutions, check out www.sourceforge.net. SourceForge is an all out armada of open source software for many different platforms including windows. If you are a user who simply can’t escape using a Windows operating system, then at least there are open source options to replace many costly Windows based applications. I mean, why pay for Microsoft Office when you can get OpenOffice for free? Why use Windows Media Player when you can use MPlayer and have more options? Why pay for Photoshop when you can use Gimp? Why pay for DreamWeaver when you can use NVU?
I hope that you check out these open source alternatives to corporate proprietary software for your Windows Computer.