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GENERAL GUIDESChoosing The Right File Format 25% developed  as of unknownHow To SearchUsing AsUnitERP Internals 25% developed  as of January 26, 2007SOFTWARE GUIDESUsing Firefox 50% developed  as of March 8, 2005Geospatial Data in SQL Server 25% developed  as of December 17, 2007Gmail 75% developed  as of Nov 5 2005Using GNOME 25% developed  as of unknownMicrosoft Excel Programming Recipes 25% developed  as of September 26, 2005Microsoft OfficeOpenOffice.org 25% developed  as of unknownPaint.NET 25% developed  as of February 15, 2007Using PHPEclipse 25% developed  as of unknownPro Engineer 25% developed  as of January 11, 2005The GIMP 25% developed  as of unknownLearning the vi Editor 75% developed  as of January 11, 2005Question Writer 3 Manual100% developed  as of 13:37, 3 July 2008 (UTC)OPERATING SYSTEM GUIDESAros 50% developed  as of unknownOperating System Design 25% developed  as of unknownHow To Backup Operating Systems 25% developed  as of unknownGuide to UNIX 25% developed  as of October 2, 2005Mac OS X Tiger 25% developed  as of December 3, 2005UNIX Computing Security 0% developed  as of November 5, 2005LINUXKnowing Knoppix 100% developed  as of October 20, 2005Linux For Newbies 50% developed  as of December 17, 2007Linux Guide 50% developed  as of October 20, 2005WINDOWSBasic Computing Using Windows 75% developed  as of September 29, 2005Computers for Beginners 75% developed  as of October 20, 2005FREE AND OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE (FOSS) BOOKSFOSS Licensing 75% developedFOSS Government Policy 75% developedFOSS Education 75% developedFOSS A General Introduction 75% developedFOSS Localization 75% developedFOSS Open Standards 75% developed

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Welcome to the Computer software bookshelf. This bookshelf is for computing with software. It has software guides and operating systems guides (including Linux). See also Category:Computer software.

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General guides

See also Wikibooks:Information technology bookshelf#General guides
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Application guides

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Apple software

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Computer-aided translation

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Graphics and video software

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Blender 3D is a cross-platform, open source 3D modeling and animation package. It can be used to create photo-realistic images, animated films, CGI special effects and computer games. This book provides an excellent collection of tutorials to help you learn to model, render, rig, animate, and create with Blender 3D. You will be turned from a newbie to a pro in minutes!
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Office applications

See also: :Category:Office suites
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Web server and authoring

See also: :Category:Web applications
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Web-based systems

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Networking and file sharing

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Operating system guides

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Unix

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Linux

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Linux Distributions

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Knoppix is a Linux distribution that runs completely from a CD or DVD. There is no need for installation—it bypasses installed software and automatically detects hardware.


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Microsoft Windows

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Other systems

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Middleware guides

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Web frameworks

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Guides for minor (small user base) applications

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Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) books


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