It’s entirely likely that you have found this page because you’re an Android user and further curious about what I have to offer on my site. But if that’s not the case, then you found this page by searching for free and open-source software. Either way, you’re definitely here because you want to know how to get more out of your software! On this particular page, I aim to inform you of the best open-source or freeware software that I know of for your Windows or Linux PC (and possibly Apple).
NOTICE: My primary background is in 20 years of Windows and DOS, whereas my Linux knowledge is much more recently acquired.
Open-Source and Free Software
For a great quick start, head on over to Ninite
For all of your Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and document editing needs, these should fit the bill.
The KLM Codec package is the most complete codec package I know of, complete with the universal Media Player Classic.
KLM Codec | Media Player Classic | iTunes
Minidvdsoft | Imgburn
VOIP & SIP
Skype | Linphone
Need to modify or back up your hard drive? Check these out.
Filezilla | Putty | Windows Live Mail | Thunderbird
FreeCAD | Blender
VECTOR GRAPHICS EDITING
Creative Docs.NET | sK1 | GIMP | Alchemy | Karbon 14 | Pencil
NOTE: While emulators are free, restrictions regarding commercial ROMs should be researched separately.
I share what I can.