Saturday, August 11, 2007

From BEOS to Haiku

It seems to me that those of us who remember using the Be OS all remember it fondly. There are probably enough detractors or those disappointed with BEOS around, but I don't know or come into contact with many of them and none lately. It was a good OS for it's time: Probably the best around in terms of stability and number crunching performance. Had the hardware compatibility list been a bit longer, I might have committed to it totally. It was that good.

Anyway; here's a short history of BEOS that will inform and amuse.


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