Software

Hellebaard would like to advocate free and open source software (FOSS) which is listed below. These software packages can be used free of charge on operating systems like MS Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. They are legal and quality alternatives for other software packages and guarantee more freedom for the user.

type alternative name
webbrowser MS Internet Explorer,
Apple Safari,
Google Chrome
Mozilla
Firefox
Chromium
email,
addresses
MS Outlook,
Mail,
Address Book
Mozilla
Thunderbird
calendar MS Outlook,
iCal,
Google Calendar
Mozilla
Sunbird
media player MS Media Player,
QuickTime,
DVD Player
VLC
audio player iTunes,
Winamp,
foobar2000
Nightingale
messenger,
chat,
telephone,
VOIP
MS Messenger,
MS NetMeeting,
MS Office Communicator,
iChat,
Skype
aMSN
Pidgin
Ekiga
office suite MS Office LibreOffice:
word processor MS Word - Writer
spreadsheet MS Excel - Calc
presentation MS PowerPoint - Impress
database MS Access - Base
drawing MS Draw - Draw
project management MS Project,
FastTrac Schedule,
ConceptDraw PROJECT
OpenProj
GanttProject
image manipulation Adobe Photoshop,
Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo
GIMP
vector drawing Adobe Illustrator,
Adobe Fireworks,
CorelDRAW
Inkscape
simplified drawing MS Paint
Painting
Tux Paint
desktop publishing Adobe InDesign,
Adobe FrameMaker,
QuarkXPress
Scribus
web design MS FrontPage,
Adobe Dreamweaver
Bluefish
Mozilla
SeaMonkey
Composer
archiver,
compression
WinZip 7-Zip
file transfer WinFTP FileZilla
planetarium,
telescope
MS WorldWide Telescope Celestia
Stellarium
modelling,
animation,
rendering,
ray tracing
3ds Max,
Maya,
Rhino,
LightWave 3D,
solidThinking,
Softimage|XSI
Blender
POV-Ray
video editting Windows Movie Maker,
iMovie,
Pinnacle Studio,
Adobe Premiere,
Avid Xpress Pro
Avidemux
Cinefx
audio editting Adobe Soundbooth,
GarageBand,
Sony Sound Forge
Audacity
antivirus McAfee VirusScan,
Semantec Norton AntiVirus
ClamWin /
ClamXav /
ClamTk
pixel repair JScreenFix

Please, also consider installating the following add-ons for XUL applications such as Firefox and Thunderbird.

Software for Linux can be installed via the package manager in the system administration menu. This will also automatically offer newer versions.

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