List Of Open Source software for home use – Part 2

Posted on December 9, 2008. Filed under: General | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Continuing from List of Open source software for home use – Part 1

Azureus vuze, the bittorrent client

when  ever you feel like downloading movies or trailers or any other documentaries that are freely available, you can use this open source software. bittorrent is a protocol through which you and other people on the internet share a piece of files which is uploaded/downloaded. In this way, people share things easily. You can watch lots of trailers for the newly releasing hollywood movies.


GIMP stands for GNU Image Manipulation Program. usually Linux users consider GIMP as an alternative Photoshop in Linux. Adobe Photoshop is only for windows and mac platform. you can use GIMP for drawing tools, adjusting your picture you have taken using your camera, do all sorts of things which you can do with Photoshop. is a office suite applications specifically for office users. if you are the one using Microsoft Office and dont want to pay license fee, you can go for office applications. It contains Word Processor, Spreadsheets, Presentation, Flowchart drawing tool, Access DB etc. I can say that its a complete alternative to Microsoft Office suite applications. is backed by Sun Microsystems


If you want to know any specific open source software please email me mbchandar AT gmail DOT com.

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