There is huge, virtually untapped resource of professionally created software which, if you like, you can legally start selling as your own products - royalty free. Essentially you can plagiarize other people?s work,Electric Blue Foamposites Listen The Best Reputati, and it?s completely legal and completely free.
Don't believe me?
You are right to be skeptical. A lot of so-called 'freeware' really isn't. It may be free to use, but you certainly don't have the right to modify,New lebron shoes 2012, rename or redistribute it.
But there are some excellent products that do give you those rights. Many of these products are fully developed and clearly state that you do have the right to modify and redistribute them in any way you choose.
For example, visit Online Bookstore. Would you like to have the rights to the software program that automatically builds and maintains that bookstore?
Surprisingly enough, the software behind that bookstore is freeware and the software clearly states 'Free Source Code. No restrictions on the usage, modifications and distribution.? The developer of the software states on his web site that you are encouraged to take the software, rename it, modify it (if you like), and sell it as your own.
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Maybe you want something even better. How about a complete software package to build your own custom portal pages? Something that can create portals like this in minutes?
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Are you getting excited yet?
The three examples presented above are just the tip of the iceberg of the 'freeware' products available to you - if you know where to look and if you know what you are looking for.
You can find freeware software to accomplish almost any imaginable task and often the quality of the freeware product will be equal to or even superior to that of commercial products. Again, you have to know what you are looking for and you often have to wade through a lot of junk, but if you are persistent you can often find real 'freeware' treasures.
Why would quality programs with obvious commercial value be offered as 'freeware'? Here are a few reasons:
1. Most freeware is developed by independent programmers who donate the code to the programming community.
2. Some freeware applications are 'abandonware' - software that has been abandoned by its legal owner and moved into the public domain.
3. Some freeware applications are created to show how powerful or versatile a specific programming tool is
4. Some freeware applications are created to encourage programmers to start programming in a certain language (all the software language developers do this).
5. Some freeware is 'egoware' - software developed and donated into freeware by someone who wants to show the world how good a programmer he is.
If you are thinking about the opportunities available in creating your own products from freeware, keep these points in mind:
1. Before you start, be sure the freeware software is in fact freeware. Most freeware will include the following information within the program code: ?No restrictions on the usage, modifications and distribution?.
2. Keep in mind that most freeware has no support. You will have to provide support to your cust