In tough economic times like these, good freeware are obviously are much preferred choice. Professionals who squeeze every feature out of their top-shelf software will likely appreciate the investment, but those of us with more modest goals can still do just about anything for free. Its great to use Openoffice which is free in instead of MS-Office that is costly. See the full list of such software..
Here’s a list of freeware to replace some expensive software that might prove to keep you n budget.
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