Bartholomew Sintes Marco, a Valencian professor, is the architect of the project cdlibre.org, a work with the aim of publicizing and disseminating new compilations of free software especially for Windows users, although you also have interesting packages for Linux on the same site. If you access the website you will find new compilations of software to download. All of them free and composed only of free software.
En cdlibre.org you have a complete catalog with which to select what interests you. Among the categories of software that you can find are astronomy, audio, databases, sports, web development, office automation, educational, fonts (letters), graphics (design), Internet, games, mathematics, text editors, programming , utilities, multimedia and Windows. In this last category you will find drivers or open drivers and other packages.
If you access any of them, you can find all the full list of included packages in this category, with a link to the official website of the project, a brief description, version, package size, download link, language in which said package is located, in which compilation DVD it is included, and also information on compatibility , if it works for Windows only or is also available for Linux.
You can also subscribe to the newsletter and access the download area to the compilations. The compilations are nothing more than ISO images to burn to a CD or DVD, depending on the extension, with packages of a specific category, if you don't want to be downloading one by one. For example, DVD-Programming with a multitude of tools for developers, DVD-Education, etc.
From LxA we wanted to publicize this work of Bartolomé that brings Windows users closer to semi-freedom, and contribute to the community, while it also makes a multitude of software projects known to Linux users.