Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 18th Apr 2003 23:10 UTC
OS/2 and eComStation The OS/2-eZine site features a mini-review of eComStation's 1.1 golden master copy. OSNews has in its hands an... even newer build, and we will be featuring a review soon too.
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Re: wlsb
by Alex (The Original) on Sat 19th Apr 2003 23:12 UTC

Yeah I know what your saying and you are most likely right but to me looks like eCS is doing a great progress. I think they should really drop the Win3.1 support and stick with Xfree support. And yeah ;) I don't mind editing config.sys files ;) I've done that hips back in Win95 days hehe I remember editing autoexec.bat and config.sys adding lines for MSCDEX to have my CD drive started in DOS ;) At least config.sys and autoexec.bat is easier then a normal script file in Linux. A few things I love about eCS is that it shows your running application in the taskbar just like in Windows, then you have wizards that actually work, good looking fonts and point + click install. What more could you want in a desktop OS? Now they will even be support for Java 1.4x, Flash etc...Yes lack of programs but they will catch up hopefully. I really think Michael from Lindows.com should have put his hands on eCS/OS/2 instead of Linux. It would have been great.