Open Alternatives to M$ Windows

Disini disertakan Perisian Bebas (Free Software) yang semacam perisian yang berlesen (Proprietory):

1. Word Processors => Writers, URL=www.OpenOffice.org

2. Spreadsheet => Calc, URL=www.OpenOffice.org

3. Presentation Software => Impress, URL=www.OpenOffice.org

4. Database forms => Base, URL=www.OpenOffice.org

5. Image Editing => GIMP, URL=www.gimp.org

6. Vector Design => Inkscape, URL=www.inkscape.org

7. Publshing => Scribus, URL=www.scribus.net

8. Web Design => Kompozer, URL=http://kompozer.net

9. Music Production => Ardour, URL=http://ardour.org

10. Audio editing => Audacity, URL=http://audacity.sourceforge.net

That is all for now… 🙂 Enjoy your freedom by using Free Software.

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2 thoughts on “Open Alternatives to M$ Windows

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avatar_%282009_film%29

    The lead visual effects company was Weta Digital in Wellington, New Zealand, at one point employing 900 people to work on the film[100]. To render Avatar, Weta used a 10,000 sq ft (930 m2) server farm making use of 4,000 Hewlett-Packard servers with 35,000 processor cores running Ubuntu Linux and the Grid Engine cluster manager.[101] [102] [103] The render farm occupies the 193rd to 197th spots in the TOP500 list of the world’s most powerful supercomputers. Creating the Na’vi characters and the virtual world of Pandora required over a petabyte of digital storage,[104] and each minute of the final footage for Avatar occupies 17.28 gigabytes of storage.[105] To help finish preparing the special effects sequences on time, a number of other companies were brought on board, including Industrial Light & Magic, which worked alongside Weta Digital to create the battle sequences. ILM was responsible for the visual effects for many of the film’s specialized vehicles and devised a new way to make CGI explosions.[106] Joe Letteri was the film’s visual effects general supervisor.[107]

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