Follow any of the links below for extensive lists of applications that have been written for or ported to Linux.
- The FSF/UNESCO Free Software Directory is a project of the Free Software Foundation and the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization.
- freshmeat.net is a huge index of software and GUI themes with comment boards for every item.
- Wikipedia features a list of software that runs natively on Linux.
Reviews of Linux software
- Linux Journal has thousands and thousands of articles about, and reviews of, Linux software.
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