Software for starving students

ramen.jpgBeing not far from my Ramen noodle-eating, credit card-maxing days, this neat software package really captured my heart. Software for Starving Students is a package of free applications designed to help you get through school without plunking down change for expensive Microsoft products.

While I haven’t delved into all the software that comes on the downloadable CD file, here’s the list:

  • 7-Zip
  • Ant Renamer
  • Audacity
  • Blender
  • BZFlag
  • Celestia
  • ClamWin
  • DeepBurner Free
  • Dia
  • Enigma
  • Eraser
  • Exact Audio Copy
  • FileZilla
  • Firefox
  • Freeciv
  • Gaim
  • GIMPShop
  • GLtron
  • GNU Chess
  • Icebreaker
  • Inkscape
  • Juice Receiver
  • KeePass
  • MozBackup
  • NVU
  • OpenOffice.org
  • Paint.NET
  • PDFCreator
  • Portable Apps
  • POV-Ray
  • PuTTY
  • SolarWolf
  • Spybot S&D
  • Stellarium
  • SuperTux
  • The GIMP Toolkit
  • Thunderbird
  • Tortoise SVN
  • Tux Paint
  • Tux Racer
  • Tux Typing 2
  • VLC
  • WinDirStat
  • Wink
  • winLAME
  • WinSCP
  • XAMPP
  • µTorrent
  • [Via Lifehacker, Ramen photo by pain_amp1013]

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