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Open-Source Apps are Great

Are You Living An Open Source Life?

If you don’t know what open source apps are, and you are an active computer user, it kind of means you have been living under a rock.

Let’s start with something I know you are going to like. They are free to use, mostly in any environment. What’s even better is that the source code is available to anyone and everyone to check, modify or contribute.




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