ReactOS Pushes Out A New Operating System Release
Oct 21, 2010, 16:32 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The developers behind ReactOS, the free software operating
system working to re-implement the architecture of Microsoft
Windows XP/2003 and attaining binary compatibility with existing
Windows software, is now out with a new release. The ReactOS
release came about one year ago, but out this afternoon is the
brand new ReactOS 0.3.12.
"With this being the first release in such a while, ReactOS
0.3.12 carries many changes. Among the ReactOS 0.3.12 highlights
include an improved memory manager (faster, greater stability, and
compatibility improvements), NMI support, a rewritten trap handler,
support for the Emergency Management System, PnP compatibility,
ACPI improvements, a new PCI-X driver..."