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Re: Linux alternative apps page(s)
Great start. Only I think it's hard to name Windows applications. For
example, for burning there are a lot of Windows applications. I use
InfraRecorder (Free & Open source) for burning in Windows.
For browsing you can choose between Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome...
But if it's only to give users an idea, that's fine I think.
FYI, I give this page to Ubuntu beginners:
Just my two cents,
On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 1:11 PM, c7p <c7p.admin@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I've searched information about the alternative Linux apps as I've
> committed to this task.
> Here is the result of my work (probably not much impressive -it's not
> finished !-)
> These are the most important applications (maybe i've forgotten some apps).
> This is the template that i had in mind but probably it's not the best, i'm
> always open to ideas, proposals for the best result :). Also the content of
> the document is open for anyone who wants to add more content, modify the
> existing or fill the gaps (i wasn't not sure about the proper application on
> I'm still working on and maybe this weekend it will be finished.
> Thank you for your time and feel free to express your ideas and critics :)
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