No, Open Source software is free, so you don’t pay license fees to use it in your work. Anyone can access Open Source software at no cost. However, there is a catch; Open Source software has several distribution measures you must follow to ensure transparency and inclusivity within the programming community. Many developers usually collaborate to create this software and distribute it under Open Source licenses like a GNU General Public License. Interestingly, the global tech community maintains that the freedom to study, modify, use, copy and enhance Open Source software makes it unique; its free price tag doesn’t matter.