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<h2>What We Provide</h2>

<p>What the FSF provides to computer users, above all, is the chance to
use a computer in freedom—using <a
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<p>Since 1985 the FSF has sponsored the development of the free software
operating system <a href="/gnu/gnu-history.html">GNU</a>.  The <a
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widely used.  The GNU/Hurd system, based on our <a
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wizards and enthusiasts to try.  A wide variety of GNU software in
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<p>Things you can obtain directly from the FSF include:</p>

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