First published on November 16, 2015
Are you hesitant about jumping into Linux but enjoy the idea of using Open Source Software? Check these apps out.
Mozilla Thunderbird – Thunderbird can be as simple or advanced as you’d like. It has multiple add-ons, similar to Firefox, and easily tracks multiple e-mail accounts. For seamless transition. . .
Mozilla Firefox – Once upon a time, I was content with the simple Internet Explorer, but then I transitioned to Linux, which supports open source software. Firefox looks and works great.
Audacity – I understand many people don’t want to touch audio files. However, with just a few clicks, you can create your own ringtone, boost the decibal of low volume songs, and plenty more if you’re looking to get into audio production and mixing.
GIMP – If you want to use Photoshop but don’t want to pay for Photoshop, try this.
LMMS – Do you want to make music? FL Studio and Pro Tools are great, but costly. LMMS is not.