Free and non-free software

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Raakers, Mar 12, 2019.

  1. sospan

    sospan Well-Known Member

    You do stand corrected :D

    It is for the FaultFixers spam above. Posted by a brand new member whom just happened to come across this thread :rolleyes:
     
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  2. KIAB

    KIAB Well-Known Member

    Excellent collection Open Office, available for Linux as well & in a 64 bit version, & best of all it's free.
     
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  3. Raakers

    Raakers New Member

    Ok,i got it and thank you,i will install it on my computer.
    But i am using Windows 10 now not Linux.
     
    Last edited: Mar 15, 2019
  4. candoabitofmoststuff

    candoabitofmoststuff Active Member

    Open Office works just fine on Windows as well.

    Cando
     
  5. jaswinder Singh

    jaswinder Singh New Member

    i would its only for the purpose for what you are using the software free ones are always available but if you want some good dervice on particular purpose then there is not a free lunch buddy.
     
  6. Vacomer

    Vacomer New Member

    I am using it now,this involves a lot of Windows software,
    These are the ones I'm using:
    1.VLC - Media Player
    2.Bitdefender
    3.File Archiver
    4.SyncToy
    5.Facebook
    6.Skype
    7.YoMail
    ........ and more.
     
  7. Vacomer

    Vacomer New Member

    Adding,NodeVPN.
     
  8. Kevin Aujla

    Kevin Aujla New Member

    Yes for construction there is a software called construction hub it's like Linkedin for construction http://constructionhub.io/
     
  9. Jitender

    Jitender Well-Known Member

  10. Jitender

    Jitender Well-Known Member

    I ended up buying Office 2019 for £6.99. Took a while to load but all working now, so am happy :)

    Been using MS Office for years so tend to stick to this but has changed.

    Used MS Office 97, 2000, 2003 and 2013.
     
  11. ajohn

    ajohn Active Member

    I've run Linux for a very long time. The best office set for that varies now and again. Open Office was the bees knees, these days it's LibreOffice.

    https://www.libreoffice.org/

    This happened a few years ago. Linux is distributed by companies, Ubunto, Mint and etc are all commercial companies. Apache better known for server software sort of took over Open Office some time ago and the open source people moved over to LibreOffice.

    It will also open and edit MS Office files but there may be version limitations - in other words the very latest MS offering.

    John
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