Mobility, Developer, Enterprise, Multimedia, and Much More: 49 Hot Open Source Applications - page 3
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UNetbootin lets you turn a USB thumb drive into a bootable Linux drive. It supports all of the most popular Linux distributions, including Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, Debian, and several others. Operating System: Windows, Linux.
Need to enlarge a portion of a bitmap image? SmillaEnlarger uses a unique algorithm to blowup images while retaining fairly high image quality. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X.
Impressive lets you add eye candy to existing presentations. Simply import your slides as a pdf, and you can add interesting transitions, highlight boxes, and spotlights. Operating System: OS Independent.
36. Parted Magic
This partitioning utility makes it easy to perform tasks like creating and editing drive partitions, formatting hard drives, creating backups, and testing for failures. Operating System: Linux.
Forgetting your Windows administrator password can be a huge pain. Usually, you have to reinstall Windows in order to regain access to the administrator account. However, this little app will find your administrator password for you in about 5 minutes. Operating System: Windows.
38. Process Hacker
Process Hacker lets you see in detail all of the processes running on your system-including hidden processes-and gives you the ability to pause or terminate them. It also includes performance graphs so that you can see which processes are consuming the most resources. Operating System: Windows.
You can find a lot of open-source applications that provide remote access capabilities. This one's strong point is that it's based on Java, so that it's easy to work cross-platform whether you're collaborating with a colleague or providing remote helpdesk services. Operating System: OS Independent.
If you use David Allen's "Getting Things Done" method, this to-do list might be for you. The interface is pretty basic, but it can help you get organized in a minimal amount of time. Operating System: Windows.
This application keeps a detailed record of the time you spend on various projects with a minimalist interface. Use it for client billing or to help yourself become more efficient. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X.
BleachBit helps you "Clean junk to free disk space and to maintain privacy." Specifically, it erases cache, cleans out your browsing history, deletes temporary files, and more. It also makes it possible to "shred" deleted files so that they cannot be recovered. Operating System: Windows, Linux.
Need to find your Windows product key (CD key) to reinstall Windows or get support? This handy app will find your key so you can print it out, and the community extensions make it possible to find the keys for a lot of other apps as well. Operating System: Windows.
Compare and synchronize folders very quickly. The interface is easy to use, and it's available in a number of different languages. Operating System: Windows, Linux.
SyncDocs is designed to transfer files from one computer to another over the Web. It's most useful in transferring files to an iPod or iPhone. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X.
Over time, information builds up in your Windows registry that can slow your system or lead to errors. This app cleans up your registry for better overall performance. Operating System: Windows.
Download videos from YouTube and convert them to any format. Elltube supports AVI, MPEG, MP4, 3GP, MP3, WAV, and AMR file extensions. Operating System: Windows, Linux.
49. Video Monkey
This Mac-only app lets you convert video files from one format to another. It's still an alpha release, but works pretty well as it borrows heavily from the old Visual Hub code. Operating System: OS X.
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