Open Source Software

Open source software is often considered a relative of free software (freeware) because it is free to use.

The big difference between the two is that while original freeware could not be modified, it had to be distributed as is, open source is developed with the intent of allowing others to play with, modify, and hopefully improve the original code.

More information is available at:

Wikipedia: Open source software

The Open Source Initiative


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