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BeOS - Wikipedia

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BeOS is an operating system for personal computers first developed by Be Inc. in 1991. It was first written to run on BeBox hardware. BeOS was built for digital ...

BeOS 5.0 Personal Edition

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BeOS is a powerful OS designed primarily for Multimedia desktop use. Originally BeOS was designed for a custom computer system known as the BeBox that ...

Home | Haiku Project

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An open-source operating system currently in development and inspired by BeOS. Its kernel is based on NewOS. Open source, released under the MIT license.

This OS Almost Made Apple an Entirely Different Company | WIRED

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May 29, 2015 ... BeOS was an insanely fast and efficient operating system for its time. It could boot in less than 10 seconds, supported dual processors, and, ...

BeOS: the Mac OS X might-have-been • The Register

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Jan 30, 2007 ... BeOS development stretches back to the early 1990s, driven by erstwhile Apple executive Jean-Louis Gassée who founded the company after ...

BeOS Operating System

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Mar 4, 2004 ... BeOS Logo BeOS was originally developed by the company Be with the former Apple coworker Jean-Louis Gasseè for its own type of computer ...

What is BeOS? - Definition from WhatIs.com

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BeOS is a personal computer operating system that its makers describe as designed for the multimedia applications of the future. Be founder Jean-Louis Gasse ...

BeOS 5 - Stats, Downloads and Screenshots :: WinWorld

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BeOS was an OS developed to run on the BeBox hardware, a PowerPC based machine. The OS was first released in October 1995 for use on the AT&T Hobbit,  ...

BeOS or NeXT: Did Apple Make the Wrong Choice? | Low End Mac

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It's hard to believe it has been four years. In early 1997, Power Computing announced that they would ship BeOS with its clones. An upstart clone maker ...