FreeDOS v1.0 released

  • An open source project maintaining a free DOS-compatible operating system commonly used in embedded devices such as cash registers has achieved its first-ever major release. FreeDOS 1.0 features improved file, memory, and CD-ROM subsystems, and now provides a "stable and viable MS-DOS replacement," according to a project spokesperson.

    Read the complete story here. (Linux Devices)

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