Open Source Softwares

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Open Source Softwares

  1. 1. Open-Source Software Prepared By: Payod Soni
  2. 2. VLC Media Player <ul><li>Free and Open Source substitute.
  3. 3. Multimedia Player
  4. 4. Available for both Windows and Linux
  5. 5. Plays incomplete videos too
  6. 6. Supports various codecs. </li></ul>
  7. 7. gimp <ul><li>Open Source substitute to Adobe Photoshop etc.
  8. 8. Image editing
  9. 9. High end graphics application
  10. 10. Layers implementation </li></ul>
  11. 11. Rhythmbox <ul><li>Substitute to Windows Media Player
  12. 12. GStreamer media framework
  13. 13. iPod detection
  14. 14. DAAP sharing
  15. 15. Lyrics display </li></ul>
  16. 16. Adios viruses..... <ul><li>Virus free Linux.
  17. 17. No antivirus required
  18. 18. Can be deleted like a normal file
  19. 19. Demo </li></ul>
  20. 20. OpenOffice.org <ul><li>Open Source alternate to Microsoft Office
  21. 21. Developed by Sun Microsystems
  22. 22. OpenOffice.org has been found to be able to open files of older versions of Microsoft Office and damaged files that newer versions of Microsoft Office itself cannot open
  23. 23. Demo </li></ul>
  24. 24. Synaptic Package Manager <ul><li>To install packages from repositories
  25. 25. Install, remove, upgrade and downgrade single and multiple packages
  26. 26. Package Search utility
  27. 27. Built-in terminal emulator
  28. 28. Ubuntu Software Center from Ubuntu 10.04 </li></ul>
  29. 29. Geany <ul><li>Lightweight cross-platform GTK+ text editor
  30. 30. Auto-completion
  31. 31. Multiple document support
  32. 32. Syntax highlighting and Code Folding
  33. 33. Symbol lists
  34. 34. Embedded terminal emulator </li></ul>
  35. 35. Gedit <ul><li>Default text editor
  36. 36. Syntax highlighting
  37. 37. Multilanguage spellchecking
  38. 38. Line numbering, bracket matching, text wrapping, current line highlighting, automatic indentation and automatic file backup </li></ul>
  39. 39. Transmission <ul><li>Default torrent client in Ubuntu
  40. 40. Alternate to uTorrent in Windows
  41. 41. Low resource usage
  42. 42. Creation of Torrent file
  43. 43. Selective downloading and file prioritizing
  44. 44. Peer Exchange </li></ul>
  45. 45. Brasero <ul><li>Open Sourced disc burning Software
  46. 46. Default CD/DVD application in Ubuntu
  47. 47. Supports multisessions
  48. 48. Can create an image of the user's hard drive
  49. 49. Can erase CD/DVDs, save and load ongoing projects and can burn CD and DVD images </li></ul>
  50. 50. Pidgin <ul><li>Open Sourced multiplatform IM client
  51. 51. Supports many commonly used IM protocols
  52. 52. Contact list, file transfer on supported protocols, and conversation and chat logging
  53. 53. v2.6 has a voice/video framework.
  54. 54. Demo </li></ul>
  55. 55. Thank You!!

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