FreeDOS

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FreeDOS
The FreeDOS logo
FreeDOS-1.0-LiveCD-Boot.png
FreeDOS booting screen shot
Company / developer Jim Hall & The FreeDOS team
OS family DOS
Working state Current
Source model Free and open source[1] with a few closed source utils[2]
Initial release Àdàkọ:Release date and age
Latest stable release

1.0

/ Àdàkọ:Release date and age
Available language(s) English, German
Supported platforms x86
Kernel type Monolithic kernel[3]
Default user interface DOS Command line interface
License GNU GPL[1] with some freeware and shareware licensed utils[2]
Website www.freedos.org


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  3. Villani, Pat (1996). FreeDOS Kernel. Emeryville, CA, USA: Miller Freeman. ISBN 0-87930-436-7.