10 Greatest Open Source Software Of 2009
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"1# Inkscape - is a vector graphics editor. It is
similar to Illustrator, CorelDraw, and Xara X. This is perfect for
object manipulation and styling objects.
"#3: VLC ( Media Player )- Great media player which supports
almost all formats (audio, video formats DVDs / VCDs, and various
streaming protocols) and is stripped down to its most fundamental
features (i.e. portable media player). A must have software for all
anim and movie fans."
"#7: Calibre ( eBook Converter and Reader )- calibre is a free
and open source e-book library management application. It supports
the following features:
"1. It manages your e-book collection for you. It can sort the
books in your library by: Title, Author, Date added, Date
published, Size, Rating, Series, etc.
"2. Tags - a flexible system for categorizing your collection
however you like..."
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