With the rapid growth of GNU/Linux and as a production operating system, open source and free software has become more common now. More people has adopted GNU/Linux or one of the *BSD variant as their choice of operating system.But don’t feel bad if you are one of the people who are still using Microsoft Windows, because you can still join the open source club.
Introducing Open Source Windows, a website which list the best free and open source software for Windows. The folks behind OpenSourceWindows has made their objective to showcase the best, most important, and easiest to use free and open source software for average people to download.
If you are not using Windows, can’t use GNU/Linux for some reason and prefer Mac OS, then fear not, there’s also Open Source Mac page, brought to you by the same folks for your convenient.
Now there’s no more reason not to use FOSS anymore, everything’s easy!
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