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A free "on-the-fly" transparent disk encryption program for PC & PDAs.
Modification of the graphics program GIMP to replicate Photoshop feel
An impressive early implementation of TCP/IP
A free operating system based on the FreeDOS kernel
Extra tools for OpenOffice under weak copyleft or other licenses
Open-source C-Library for JPEG 2000
The free and Open Source productivity suite
A customizable cross-platform music player.
The best free media player for video and DVDs
An open-source WhatsApp desktop client written in C#
The world's first web server, by Tim Berners-Lee