Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 14th Nov 2007 18:38 UTC, submitted by fireball
ReactOS The opensource Windows-compatible operating system ReactOS released a status update today. The highlights are the ability to run OpenOffice.org 2 applications (screenshots), kernel bugfixes, a restructured win32 subsystem, and plans about the next release (December 2007).
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Coxy
Member since:
2006-07-01

My own little world is Europe. There aren't many companies switching to opensource. Maybe MS should start a site about people switching to MS from OS, I'd bet the numbers of people switching to MS and other prop. products is higher.

Which companies? Or are they all one-man companies run by your friends? Big is relative. What is big to you, is probably not big in great world view. How'd you get to run a billion dollar company when you can't even spell 'which' correctly? And what's it called? I bet your just the IT manager for it, and yours is the only computer that has 'switched' to OSS. The other computers in the billion dollar company are running MS

Edited 2007-11-15 11:43

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Ishan Member since:
2007-10-24

Which companies? Or are they all one-man companies run by your friends? Big is relative. What is big to you, is probably not big in great world view. How'd you get to run a billion dollar company when you can't even spell 'which' correctly? And what's it called? I bet your just the IT manager for it, and yours is the only computer that has 'switched' to OSS. The other computers in the billion dollar company are running MS

I'm no IT manager and those company aren't run by my friends, you're living under a rock man.

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