2011/9/14, Michael C. Robinson <plu...@robinson-west.com>:

> [..] I'd say that Freedos has it's
> uses, but without active development on a variant that can take
> advantage of multiple cores and modern hardware, there are probably a
> dwindling number of uses for it.  Without hardware protection and memory
> protection, Freedos is certainly fast but probably not acceptable to
> everyone.

I'd say, that FreeDOS with hardware protection and memory protection
no longer would be DOS-clone, and that everyone, who needs "advantages
of multiple cores and modern hardware" - and "hardware protection and
memory protection" as well - has a rich choice of other OS-es freely
available, with the requested features already included.


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