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Designing a Home Office: Part 6 Software

Hello hellooooo everyone. And welcome to today’s post. As the title states this post is Part 6 of a series. I am so excited to share with you today some of the software choices I would consider while working from home. If you haven’t read my most recent post in this series I advise you to do so now!

This, like the other posts, have been repurposed from one of my favorite projects from college.

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Most companies that you work for would probably supply you with paid-for, licensed copies of the software they need you to have.

However, I would like to start my own small business some day. So I decided to see what it might cost for the whole sha-bang.

Office Software logo

MS office suite and Adobe programs for document processing, file creation and other obvious uses are a must.

Zoom, the communication tool of the century. This one is super necessary.

Zoom Software logo

Avast security and Malwarebytes malware protection for your computer’s and other devices.

A video editing program, NCH Studio is a good one, I think it has a free version.

Audacity is a good audio editing program.

I’m looking into Trello; it is my understanding that it’s like a Microsoft project but a lot cheaper which for a small business starting up would be ideal.

Canva, Alexa, Discord, I have all three, don’t use discord as much as I might in the future.

QuickBooks, TurboTax, I love TurboTax, it makes doing your own taxes a breeze.

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Windows 10 pro-OS. is great to help manage email subscriptions.

Evernote or you would probably use your OneNote as a digital notebook. (Apparently one note is outdated now, lol.)

Prezi presentation maker, sometimes its nice to not always use PowerPoint.

Outlook for email management.

Chrome with Mozilla Firefox as a backup. This or something like this. A secured browser. I have Avast security, so with that I have an Avast secure browser. I love using this for lots of different things, but I mainly use chrome.

Hootsuite is great for content scheduling too.

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