In a June 29, 1994 post
USENET, we announced a "public domain" DOS which later became the FreeDOS
Project: "Announcing the first effort to produce a PD-DOS. I have written
up a 'manifest' describing the goals of such a project and an outline of
the work, as well as a 'task list' that shows exactly what needs to be
written. I'll post those here, and let discussion follow…" Since then, we
have advanced what DOS could do, adding new functionality and making DOS
easier to use. And in 2014, people continue to use FreeDOS to support
embedded systems, run business software, and play classic DOS games!

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