Category:Free software

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Free software, roughly, is software that comes with source code which can be modified and redistributed. The free software movement is a social movement to secure, for software users, the right of people to control their computers and to cooperate with others, when they choose, as part of a community. The movement was launched by the GNU project in 1983. Free software is also referred to as "open-source software", "libre software", "FLOSS", and "FOSS".


This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.


  • GNU(1 C, 2 P)