Free Software Directory:Free software replacements
Team Captain: David Hedlund
Summary: Pages of popular free software applications for different categories that we recommend replacing common proprietary applications. Ceasing to use proprietary applications is a good way to start migrating to freedom.
We have a separate list for each operating system because some free replacements don't run on all the operating system. After you replace the nonfree apps, how about replacing the nonfree system with a free GNU/Linux distribution next? For your freedom's sake.
Free operating systems
- Replicant — for mobile devices
- Replicant-expanded — Replicant page with new experimental design.
Non-FSDG compliant distributions
Distros that don't follow the free system distribution guidelines (FSDG).
Nonfree operating systems
Computer and video game console emulators
See Computer and video game console emulators.
Games for video game consoles
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