Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 15th May 2015 13:54 UTC, submitted by Rohan Pearce
OSNews, Generic OSes

MenuetOS 1.0 has been released.

It all started as a question if computer programming could be made more efficient. And Menuet has matured to be an operating system with modern features including pre-emptive multitasking, smp, usb, tcp/ip, transparent GUI and many other features. And above all, MenuetOS is 100% assembly written operating system. With version 1.00, we made small history today.

Congratulations to the MenuetOS team for sticking with it - this is a great achievement. ComputerWorld Australia has an interview with Ville Turjanmaa, its creator.

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Ah, that all OS development was like this
by Langalf on Fri 15th May 2015 15:30 UTC
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As someone who has watched in dismay as high-end operating systems and applications grew from tightly-coded kilobytes a couple of decades ago to the megabyte monstrosities we have today, I find MenuetOS a breath of fresh air.

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