Home > OpenBSD > OpenBSD 7.0 released OpenBSD 7.0 released Thom Holwerda 2021-10-14 OpenBSD 3 Comments OpenBSD 7.0 has been released, and it seems a big focus for this release was improving ARM64 support, and adding support for RISC-V. There’s a long list or other improvements and fixes, too, of course. Downloads are where they always are. About The Author Thom Holwerda Follow me on Twitter @thomholwerda 3 Comments 2021-10-15 4:37 am bubi The reason I chose OpenBSD for server duty is the dead simple install/upgrade with almost everything OOB. 2021-10-15 9:44 pm ThatChris I’ve been user OpenBSD as my daily driver for years, its the easiest BSD there is, so easy to use and configure. 2021-10-20 12:03 pm Lennie At the moment only BSD I use at the moment is an ‘appliance VM’ for firewalls which is based on FreeBSD but uses lots of OpenBSD technologies, CARP, PF, etc. And obviously I use OpenSSH on pretty much anything. So I always send them some support. I need the firewalls to have some GUI in case my colleagues need to make changes, otherwise I would be running OpenBSD directly again.