This has come up a few times and it's something I do about every 6 months. What pieces of software I have at work can I reproduce or exceed for free at home.
I know I'm going out on a limb here but I'd be willing to say if you can deal with not having specific buzzword application you can find a free app out there happy to cater to your needs.
The Gimp is by far the best of all my free software. If you use a pirated version of Photoshop take the time to try Gimp. It probably does what you want and no more worries about getting the next copy and key. It's also always fun to say you've been flogging the Gimp all night.
Open office. Just try it.. hell, even looks more MS office then office does. And if you want to quote issues with a pre 2.0 copy try the new one.
In the PC world, nothing better than this. Does it all, very easy to jump around and save settings.
No, I'm not touching this one.
Anyone else have good free apps? Your bound to have something like blender or -sigh- firefox to talk about?
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