Linked by Davon Shire on Wed 23rd Feb 2005 21:51 UTC
Editorial Amazing is the recent interest in full, live, operating systems that can fit on a 50 MB CD-ROM. It's totally astounding that they can cram so much onto such a tiny disk. But wait.. let's run back to the days of old.. back to say 1988.
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by Me on Fri 25th Feb 2005 06:11 UTC

Back in the good ol' Dos-win3.1 days I used a program called Tempest. It was a very quick GUI that kicked 3.1's butt. I also used an "os" called GEOS and Geoworks. It's still around as a program called Breadbox. Quick and small, it have (has) everything a home user might need..........I miss my NEC 386sx now!