Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society Collection of Free and Open Source Software for WINdows

Welcome to TTCS OSSWIN online

TTCS OSSWIN online is a collection of nearly 90 Free and Open Source Software for home and business users using Microsoft Windows® 11 and Windows® 10.

TTCS OSSWIN online was put together by the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society on Thursday September 28, 2023.

You can use your web browser to read information about each program on this online: what the program does, view a screenshot or video of the program, and a link to the program's website where you can download and install the program.

This web-based interface allows you to quickly browse the variety of Free and Open Source Software for Windows organised into the following categories:

The software requirements for each program/application varies but if your computer running Windows 11/10/8/7 and is already running a program that falls in one of the aforementioned categories, it can probably run the programs listed under that category.

ALL of the software listed on the TTCS OSSWIN online are available under the terms of various Free and Open Source Software licences. By installing, copying, downloading, accessing or otherwise using the software, you agree to be bound by the terms of these licences.

Comments/Suggestions welcomed

This is a volunteer project by the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS). If you want to help with this project with suggested programs, software descriptions, images, videos, please email the TTCS at [email protected]

About the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS)

The TTCS is a computer user group formed in 1997. We:

  • are a forum where computers, related technologies and related social issues are discussed.
  • keep current with the events in the local Information Technology and telecommunications industries.
  • "Network local computer users” so that they can share knowledge and improve upon their experiences with modern technology.
  • hold membership in several international organisations and advise on technology issues in Trinidad and Tobago and the region.

We welcome anyone interested in computing and the Internet, regardless of the level of their computer experience or the type of hardware or software they use, to participate in our activities. Follow us online/contact us via: