Which is the Best CMS?

Joomla! 1.0 is an award-winning CMS. It is suitable for creating personal and business websites. To your Joomla CMS you can add many extra modules and components which will enhance the value of your website and will enrich your visitors’ experience. If you would like to see how Joomla 1.0 works, here you can get Joomla 1.0 pre-installed and activated in less than 15 min.
http://www.joomla.org

 Joomla! 1.5 is the new and improved version of the award-winning CMS. It provides refined and simplified menus and improved site and media management. If you would like to see how Joomla 1.5 works, here you get Joomla 1.5 pre-installed and activated in less than 15 min.
http://www.joomla.org

Mambo is among the most powerful and commonly used Content Management Systems ever. With its help you can create simple as well as more complex corporate website. It provides a lot of wonderful functionalities, it has easy to manage control panel and is user-friendly. Mambo disposes of a growing community, support and template resources. Get Mambo pre-installed here.
http://www.mamboserver.com

With Drupal you can easily build many different types of web pages – from simple web blogs to large online communities. Drupal’s design is not as fancy as those of Mambo or Joomla!, but it is very easy to customize, has built-in search tool and search-engine friendly URL’s as an extra module, discussion capabilities and news aggregator.
http://www.drupal.org

phpNuke is another powerful Open Source portal application. It can be used as a weblog or as a CMS. The webmaster can add a lot of new features and customize the appearance of the website. PHPNuke is suitable for game clan and guild sites. Each user can post articles and comments. PHP-Nuke 8.1 can be ordered for only $12. Earlier versions are free software.
http://phpnuke.org

PostNuke is both a weblog and a content management system. It also serves community-based web projects with its built-in discussion features. PostNuke is designed to offer more open development environment. It is very powerful and works in high-volume environments with ease.
www.postnuke.com

TYPO3 is suitable for enterprise websites and for intranets. There is a flexible basic Typo3 installation that can be extended through extra ready-made modules and interfaces. The design of TYPO3 is template-based and the webmaster can create own templates using the configuration language TypoScript.
http://www.typo3.org

With e107 the webmaster can create easy and quick business (intranet) or community websites. There is a powerful forums system as a built-in application and a high performance file-based caching in e107 CMS. It is released under the GNU General Public Licence.
http://www.e107.org

Cheers, Joshu Thomas