NoreSoft (David Rabel)


Using FLOSS is mainly an ethical decision for me. Proprietary software (the opposite of FLOSS) artificially limits the access to already existing software and makes it almost impossible to understand, improve and adjust it.

FLOSS counts on exchange and collaboration, so that one work does not have to be done again and again and this way allows a very efficient development. The success of this concept is shown by many well-known projects like the operating system GNU/Linux, the web browser Firefox or the office suite LibreOffice.

A great advantage of FLOSS at special solutions is that you can access a big repertoire of already existing software. That makes the development much cheaper.

Only with free software, you have real control over what is happening on your computer.