Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 4th Mar 2010 13:12 UTC, submitted by Infamy
BeOS & Derivatives BeOS came with a relatively straightforward browser called NetPositive, or Net+ in shorthand. Especially by today's standards, it can hardly do anything more complicated than rendering basic HTML, so it isn't of much use. Luckily, Haiku has a successor now, born out of the HaikuLauncher conceptbrowser we talked about earlier: WebPositive.
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RE[3]: Installed it
by abstraction on Fri 5th Mar 2010 15:57 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Installed it"
abstraction
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This raised another question I've been pondering for a while. Anyone knows why they feel it is so important to be backward-compatible with BeOS?

How many programs written for BeOS actually has any meaning today? Aren't they all dated by now in one way or another?

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