Software that anyone can copy or use free of charge.
Noncopyrighted software that anyone may copy and use without charge or acknowledging the source.
Shareware programs that are free to use and modify, as the author has relinquished control over the code.
uncopyrighted software, freely accessible to all users.
Software that is free and not copyrighted.
Refers to any program that is not copyrighted. Public-domain software is free and can be used without restrictions. The term public-domain software is often used incorrectly to include freeware, free software that is nevertheless copyrighted.
Programs which their authors make freely available to the general public, without restriction or need to pay a fee. QR
Software that can be distributed freely without payment to or permission from the program developer.
Programs that are free, uncopyrighted and can be used without restrictions. This does not include freeware, free software that is copyrighted. See also freeware.
this is software that has been given, by the author, to the public at large, to use however it wishes. When computers were first invented most of the software created was placed in the Public Domain. However, today, public domain software is usually either so old or so badly written as to be useless to most people. Much better quality software is available for use through online services as shareware and freeware.
Software programs which are not owned by anyone that you can freely use and distribute.
Software for which there is no copyright. It may be used and copied without paying any fee.
Public domain software is software that has not been copyrighted. You can incorporate its programming into anything you may be developing. It is free to use by everyone and there are no restrictions on it, making it the least restrictive free software available.
Software that is made available by the author to anyone who wants it. (In this case, the author gives up all rights to the software.)
Any non-copyrighted program; this software is free and can be used without restriction. Often confused with "freeware" (free software that is copyrighted by the author).
freely available and distributable software, also known as freeware. It is free of copyright and should not be confused with shareware.