Open Source is not "paid software"!

The article did not say anything about downloading paid software without paying for it.
Open Source software is, at least, 60% to 90% of the time FREE! The term "Open Source" refers to the fact
many programmers may have access to the code of the program(s) in order to change, or add, to the code
(called, "source code", which also may come in a text file added with the program(s)) in which the program(s)
function ... to either improve the program, make it work for another operating system, or change the
Functionality of it...this is *not* *stealing* anything! The Open Source program *usually* comes with a Open
Source *license*, which *asks* others to not *charge* for the *program(s)* as-is or as-changed*.


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