Operating Systems Not Related To The Female Lead Of Zorro
Subject: General Tech | October 5, 2005 - 06:12 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
YellowTAB's ZETA OS (version 1.0) could be viewed as a revival of BeOS, available at the same price you can buy a retail copy of a Linux distro. It is a fully functional OS, and includes many small games as well as the Gobe Productive suite, ZETA's own inbuilt office suite. Head over to XYZ Computing to see what else it can do.
"When looking for an alternative to Windows most people think of either Apple's OS X or Linux. Of course, these are both viable alternatives but there are not the only options. One way to go is with yellowTAB's ZETA operating system. Though it is not yet very popular, ZETA is the successor to BeOS, the highly regarded OS from Be Incorporated. This is a very interesting and beautiful operating system which may not presently be a threat to Linux but it does have more than a few things going for it."
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