Posts Tagged ‘open source’


PDFCreator is a free, open source printer driver that allows you create PDF files without the need for any Adobe software.  I use it all the time, using Acrobat only to crop and rotate my PDFs.  It features auto-naming and auto-saving, so it is great for batch plotting.  Check it out.


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OS Tools – VirtuaWin

To continue the theme from last week’s post about handy-dandy OS Tools, I’d like to talk about VirtuaWin.  This wonderful and simple open source (and free) application will put the power of virtual desktops at your fingertips.  There are other virtual desktop options out there, but this one is my favorite.


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