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This list is currently what some people call "best of breed"; there are alternatives listed at the end of each option.
-of course if you're a windows user wanting to explore open source software then you may wish to examine
[TheOpenCD] or [KiaoraCD]
, a collection of "best of breed" OSS for win32.
+of course if you're a windows user wanting to explore open source software then you may wish to examine , a collection of "best of breed" OSS for win32.
''This page needs an overhaul. I tried various formats, including a table based, but they all suck; the current form is not very good either, but the least bad of all I tried in my opinion.''
There are both [GNOME] and [KDE] options listed (''why - this distinction is unnecessary, and could confuse/distract newbies''), but remember, you can run programs from one toolkit on the other DesktopEnvironment if you have the right libraries installed. Remember also, that lots of [Linux] software gets ported to MicrosoftWindows too.
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Please don't make general comments on this page; edit or create a page for the package in question with your comments.
* [A Windows Guy Tackles Linux | http://newsforge.com/newsforge/03/07/09/1934259.shtml?tid=23]
* [The table of equivalents/analogs for Windows software on Linux | http:// linuxshop
+* [The table of equivalents /analogs for Windows software on Linux | http:// .ru/win-lin-soft - ]
* The [Linux Equivalent Project|http://www.linuxeq.com/]