Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 20th Oct 2010 22:25 UTC, submitted by Stenley
ReactOS "This is a huge release for the team, not just with regards to the number of improvements which this release holds but in terms of the leap forward architecturally, stability wise and in bringing some of the more modern aspects of the NT kernel into ReactOS. It's been almost a year since the last release and whilst this is understandably excessive, it was required to stabilize the OS due to the nature of the work which was undertaken."
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by benb320 on Thu 21st Oct 2010 00:25 UTC
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Completely forgot about reactos

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by Liquidator on Thu 21st Oct 2010 04:07 in reply to "I"
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Me too! But I'll use ReactOS when it reaches 1.0 (if I'm still alive).

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by sorpigal on Thu 21st Oct 2010 11:55 in reply to "RE: I"
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I'm just hoping that one day it becomes stable enough to run XP-era business apps that don't play nice on newer Windows so I can begin recommending it as a way to sidestep hardware upgrades and new licensing. Sadly this may never happen as visualization is increasingly making this legacy systems support issue irrelevant, with the only possible exception being applications requiring esoteric XP-only drivers.

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by KLU9 on Thu 21st Oct 2010 15:01 in reply to "RE: I"
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Rest assured: nothing will beat ReactOS 1.0 when it comes to running Duke Nukem 4.0!

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