Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 17th Jul 2005 18:09 UTC
Zeta I've always been a huge fan of BeOS. However, there was no denying the fact that the BeOS was getting old. As many other BeOS fans, I closely followed two projects: Haiku, and yellowTAB's Zeta. The latter released 1.0 a few weeks ago. Here are the findings of an old BeOS user.
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Having used spatial Nautilus for a good six months in GNOME, I have to say its kind of hard to go back to anything else. BeOS's Tracker wasn't really spatial

What's not spatial about it? Unless you have "single window browse" turned on, the only non-spatial feature I've come across is that Tracker (irritatingly) lets you open additional windows for the same folder *if* they're in different workspaces. Originally it didn't do that, but some misguided soul "fixed" it when Tracker was made open source.

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