Linked by Hadrien Grasland on Sun 20th Feb 2011 06:38 UTC, submitted by brynet
OSNews, Generic OSes The 0.7 version of the Visopsys desktop operating system has been released. "More than four years in the making, this is a major new release offering an updated look and a number of new features, including JPEG image support, image resizing, 64-bit disk support, UDF (DVD) filesystem support, and GPT partition table support, as well as lots of new icons, wallpaper images, and file browsing functionality. New administrative applications and functionality have been added, and the ATA/IDE driver has been enhanced, including the ability to better support backwards-compatible SATA controllers. FPU context saving has been improved, and a number of tweaks and bug fixes are also included."
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RE[2]: Bad article
by Laurence on Sun 20th Feb 2011 11:18 UTC in reply to "RE: Bad article"
Laurence
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2007-03-26


I agree. A single sentence explaining why you should care about Visopsys would be much appreciated. Though if jpeg support is a new feature I should probably not care about that OS.

It's a hobby OS. One that's been well reported on in the past (not just here, but internet wide)

So that might be why there's a lack of detail - it was assumed that people who would read this were already following this OS.

Edited 2011-02-20 11:19 UTC

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