Orlando Sentinel: With Open-Source Software, The Price is Always Right
Feb 28, 2007, 20:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Many new computers no longer come bundled with essential
programs such as Microsoft Word, so open-source software has become
the software for computer users with light wallets.
"The software is dubbed 'open-source' because the programs allow
anyone with the know-how to view and edit the software's code, much
like users edit articles on online encyclopedia Wikipedia. The
process is supervised by nonprofit organizations that license the
best versions of the software at no charge..."