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Tuesday, 28 October 2008

Open Source vs. Commercial Software

Today I stumbled upon the following article about Open Source vs Commercial Software. It's quite entertaining and shows may of the pros and cons for both open source and commercial software licensing.

http://www.isitedesign.com/insight/08_07/open-source-versus-commercial-web-software.cfm

Enjoy!

1 comment:

Stewart said...

Well,

Commercial software is computer software sold for commercial purposes or that serves commercial purposes. Commercial software is most often proprietary software, but free software is also used as commercial software. All or parts of software packages and services that support commerce are increasingly made available as free software, including products from Red Hat, Apple Computer, Sun Microsystems, and Google.

There are a number of benefits associated with commercial software. You can experiment with this type of software in the form of freeware, shareware, demo ware, trial ware, and more!