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Monday, June 29, 2009

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Happy Birthday FreeDOS

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Project FreeDos started at 1994 when Microsoft announced that with release of alpha version of Windows 95 will stop to work on DOS operating system.

This announcement becomes a challenge of nostalgic DOS users (as myself) to continue development of DOS (but started from scratch as open source) known as project FreeDOS. The founder was Jim Hall, and co-founders were Pat Vilani and Tim Norman. In that time the project name was PC DOS, but later, the project got new name – FreeDos (1996).

A long development cycle has resulted a stable version 1.0 in 2006 which is also current these days. This week the project celebrates its 15th birthday. So, Happy Birthday FreeDOS.

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