"If you replace Open Office with LibreOffice as I mentioned below, (above), whatever, you can use it on a Microsoft System (if you want to be in a prison environment) or on your Macbook -fi you have one since It caters for all operating systems. It doesn't have the ribbon that Microsoft uses in Office 7 and 10 but as this is essentally a tabbed area, it is only a matter of time before LibreOffice adds this feature to itself, also!"
"Like it said Awesome. I started off on UNix then moved to SUSE 6.1 and moved up to SUSE Professional 8.2 (prior to the take-over by Novell). In all that time I used mostly text commands. But when I switched to Ubuntu 6.6 it was fun to use the mouse too though Bash was quicker (like Liquor) ;)!"
"Superb and easy to use. It helps me to develop my riffs and shows me how to make things better with overlays - in effect, its a kind of Musical Gimp that does for the Musician what the Gimp does for the photographer (I use that too)! ;)"
"Excellent - though I used it when I was in Ubuntu. Now I'm here cos its better than Ubuntu alone!"
"Banshee (or the Celtic version Bansidhe) is a very good Music Management program. It beats Rhythmnbox and has some elements that go far beyond Amarok for musical power and catalogueing. You won't go far wrong with Banshee!"
"I downloaded Exaile to Julia (Which I am still on) together with Firefox4 and Clementine (an early version of Amarok) but without the problems of Amarok. All of these items perform very well and are superb. Exaile and Clementine are about the best I've seen thus far with Clementine really excellent with the added noise generators which are effective with some types of music."
"I have been using this prolifically since I downloaded it - very good!"