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A huge list of freeware programs including the following types: graphic and DTP, internet, multimedia, office applications, security and privacy protection, and more. This list completes all your needs without spending a penny.


Page 1: Graphic and Desktop Publishing

Page 2: Internet

Page 3: Multimedia

Page 4: Office Applications

Page 5: Security and Privacy Protection

Page 6: Other Tools and Utilities

Graphic and Desktop Publishing

Blender

freewareUseful for 3D modeling, animation, rendering, post-production, interactive creation, and playback.
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GIMP

freewareA great image retouching and authoring program. An excellent alternative to Photoshop.
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Inkscape

freewareCross platform vector graphics editor, with capabilities similar to Illustrator, Freehand, CorelDraw, or Xara X using the W3C standard Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file format.
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PhotoFiltre

freewareExcellent image retouching program, which allows you to do simple adjustments to images and apply many different filters on them.
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Paint.NET

freewareEverything that Microsoft Paint should be. Great for image authoring and editing.
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Scribus

freewareDesktop publishing application. Much better than Microsoft Publisher and has high end page layout features similar to those found in Adobe PageMaker, QuarkXPress, and Adobe InDesign.
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155 thoughts on “Freeware Applications for Your Every Need”

  1. Mel says:

    I wish all essentials were free…but, alas! I don’t think photoshop will ever come free and nothing quite matches up to it… :(

  2. Mel says:

    I wish all essentials were free…but, alas! I don’t think photoshop will ever come free and nothing quite matches up to it… :(

  3. Mel says:

    It always amazes me what I can find on the internet if I just search for it. Like – I’ll just think, “it would be cool if there was a program that did ___” and I’ll search and find some freeware that does it! Just amazing to see how big the world really is.

  4. Mel says:

    I wish all essentials were free…but, alas! I don’t think photoshop will ever come free and nothing quite matches up to it… :(

  5. I rather that you should try GIMP! It is a good substitute to Photoshop.

    To author, thank you for sharing the download link. I will also download other freewares in this article and study how to use them properly.

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