x86 operating system MikeOS is an operating system for x86 PCs, written in assembly language. It is a learning tool to show how simple 16-bit, real-mode OSes work, with well-commented code and extensive documentation. Features: MikeOS - simple x86 assembly language operating system MikeOS - simple x86 assembly language operating system
Latest updates Many things happened since the latest status update. Michal Schulz developed the GMA950 hidd, so AROS can now use 2D native functions of the latest GPUs from Intel. This will be really handy for people using Stephen Jones' iMica systems and netbooks like the Acer Aspire One A150. Krzysztof "Deadwood" Smiechowicz has gone really far with his Gallium3D port to AROS: he has now integrated 2D and 3D accelerated functions in a single driver called Nouveau, which supports 2D acceleration for almost all GeForce GPUs starting from the ancient GeForce 2 cards until the recent GTX 200 series. 3D functions, however, are available only to GeForce FX (5x00), cards and upwards. AROS Research Operating System AROS Research Operating System

Pinguy OS

Pinguy OS Ubuntu is a great OS and undoubtedly the most popular and easiest Linux based Distro to use but even with its default setup and chosen programs it's still lacking functionality and ease of use for most new users. So what I decided to do was build a Distro that looks good, could do everything most user would ever want to do and that was very simple to use. I started out by listening to what my friends and family wanted to use their PC for and found the most user friendly programs for the task they wanted to do. After a while I got a good idea what most people use their PC for and what programs were the easiest to use. Like using Shotwell for easily uploading images to Facebook, gtkpod for putting music, photos and video on a ipod/iphone and Arista for converting the video to a iPod friendly format.
FreeRTOS-A Free RTOS for ARM7, ARM9, Cortex-M3, MSP430, MicroBlaze, AVR, x86, PIC32, PIC24, dsPIC, H8S, HCS12 and 8051 FreeRTOS-A Free RTOS for ARM7, ARM9, Cortex-M3, MSP430, MicroBlaze, AVR, x86, PIC32, PIC24, dsPIC, H8S, HCS12 and 8051 SafeRTOS (part of the FreeRTOS+ ecosystem showcase) is a SIL3 TUV certified RTOS for the safety critical market. SafeRTOS is provided by a global engineering company under license from Real Time Engineers Ltd. SafeRTOS is delivered as source code, with as much or little certification evidence as required. Certification packs and design history files are available that specifically target applications that fall under IEC 61508, EN62304 and FDA 510(k) regulatory requirements. SafeRTOS has been specifically designed for the (primarily 32-bit) microcontroller market, resulting in a design that is highly optimised for use in applications where a small code size footprint is essential.
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Home | Haiku Project The Google Summer of Code™ 2013 is on! Haiku is proud to be applying as Mentoring Organization ! Thanks goes to the participation of various individuals in the community, particularly our Google Summer of Code admin Matthew S. Madia and those who volunteered to become Haiku mentors . If selected, 2013 marks the seventh consecutive year for Haiku as a mentoring organization. Once again, we could be joining many open source projects chosen by Google to take part in this great program.

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What's New? Microsoft releases source code to MS-DOS Several people emailed us to share the news that Microsoft released the source code to MS-DOS through the Computer History Museum. From the MS TechNet blog post: "As part of this ongoing project, the museum will make available two of the most widely used software programs of the 1980?s, MS DOS 1.1 and 2.0 and Microsoft Word for Windows 1.1a, to help future generations of technologists better understand the roots of personal computing." FreeDOS | The FreeDOS Project FreeDOS | The FreeDOS Project
eComStation :: an OEM Upgrade to IBM OS/2. Right for today's PC hardware
DevCon (eCo Software Developer Connection) - for developers of applications and drivers for eComStation / IBM OS/2 Warp
en:start - osFree en:start - osFree Project News SVN News Roadmap We're now at the alpha stage, which means that the current version is not feature-complete nor stable and not recommended for everyday usage.