Essential Software Finder (ESF) is a free software/application database. It is composed of a growing list of curated software from around the world that, in addition to being free to use, are safe and highly functional on their respective categories. The ESF can be used to keep track of personal favorites as well as to share uncommon software with others.
A Little History
Essential Software Finder (ESF) is the First official software developed by Sandu Rajapakse. The software package was publicly available since early 2010 and was named the Essential Software Installer (ESI). The original software was written in the Java programing language and was distributed through public channels.
As the ESI progressed, the Java environment limited the scope of the ESI project and it was moved to the web platform. This allowed for more exposure as well as easy access from multiple platforms.
ESI had one final transformation as it turned into ESF. This change was needed as the installation of software became too tedious of a task and other services also dominated the market. It lead to the creation of ESF a free software database where users of many platforms can find and share popular and obscure software.