Open Workbench is a tool for managing work in an open source manner. It is free software focused on project scheduling. It's an alternative to Microsoft Project; however, it hasn't been very successful. It was first ( 1984) developed by Christopher Houghton.
Open Workbench has the following major advantages over Microsoft Project: Open Workbench is free software, which means it is available for all users of any skill level. This is important because the scope of this software is very broad. Project managers can manage anything from web-based project management to high-end simulation projects with complete customization.
Another advantage is that it is compatible with Windows. Although there are a variety of ways to schedule projects in Windows, most people agree that it is difficult to use. We have found that when we start using open source project scheduling software for our various projects, we are able to spend more time focusing on other aspects of our organization. If you are already comfortable using windows, the next step is to choose the best application for your organization and your needs. However, if you're new to using windows or have never used any project management applications before, we recommend that you start using one of the quality open source tools that we have listed on our website.