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This is a list of good quality free and open-source software that anyone can download and use right away. There is plenty of other high quality open-source software out there, this list is just an introductory sample. Most of these programs are cross-platform, meaning they can be installed on MS Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

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Note: all links below point to external websites