This year-old shopping cart app has already accumuluated an impressive list of awards and enthusiastic reviews. It offers both an attractive end-user interface and an intuitive administrative interface with many helpful reporting features. Operating System: Windows, Linux.
As you might guess from the name, this app lets you secure your folders. It gives you the option of hiding, locking, and/or encrypting folders to keep them safe from prying eyes. Operating System: Windows, Linux.
This cross-platform steganography app makes it easy to hideor findmessages encoded in graphics. It's easy to use and gives users a lot of encryption and compression options. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X.
If you're geeky enough to know what a Mandelbulb is, you might enjoy this app which renders 3D fractals. More information about the app can also be found on the FractalForums site. Operating System: Windows, Linux.
This self-described "ridiculous shooter" is still in the early stages of development, but offers some nice action and 2D space graphics. It's set in the year 3547, and puts the user in the role of a fighter desperately trying to save your peaceful planet from the Great War raging elsewhere in the universe. Operating System: Windows, Linux.
This app is a fork of popular Linux game Glest, which is no longer under active development. It updates and adds new features to the real-time strategy game where users control the warring armies of Tech and Magic. Operating System: Windows, Linux.
If you get bored with flight simulators that only allow you to fly from one place to another, try this one that also gives you the option of shooting other planes and tanks. In addition to flying a plane, you can also drive a tank or car across the landscape. Operating System: Windows.
Granted, this is something the average user will likely never download, but the Virginia Bioformatics Institute has made this gene sequencing software available through an open source license. It's helping make possible some cutting edge scientific research. Operating System: OS Independent.
Similar to Photoshop and the open source graphics program Gimp, Pixelitor lets users perform advanced editing of photos and graphics. And because it's Java-based, it works on multiple platforms. Operating System: OS Independent.
This helpful app compresses images up to 90 percent, making it easier to e-mail them or upload them to your favorite Web site. It supports most common image formats, including JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, and WMF. Operating System: Windows.
Short for "Medical Life Guard," Medilig gives health care providers an easy way to track patients' health records. It works with open-source databases and helps health care providers avoid the high cost of closed health information systems. Operating System: Windows, Linux.
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