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DistroWatch.com: RISC OS Open

RISC OS Open

Last Update: Thursday 17 July 2014 04:51 GMT


RISC OS is a computer operating system originally designed by Acorn Computers Ltd in Cambridge, England in 1987. RISC OS was specifically designed to run on the ARM chipset, which Acorn had designed concurrently for use in its new line of Archimedes personal computers. It takes its name from the RISC (reduced instruction set computing) architecture supported. Fast, compact and efficient, RISC OS is developed and tested by a loyal community of developers and users. RISC OS is not a version of Linux, nor is it in any way related to Windows, and it has a number of unique features and aspects to its design.

Popularity (hits per day): 12 months: 225 (46), 6 months: 223 (44), 3 months: 199 (44), 4 weeks: 196 (48), 1 week: 207 (47)


RISC OS Summary
Distribution RISC OS Open
Home Page https://www.riscosopen.org/
Mailing Lists --
User Forums https://www.riscosopen.org/forum/
Documentation https://www.riscosopen.org/wiki/
Screenshots --
Download Mirrors https://www.riscosopen.org/content/downloads
Bug Tracker https://www.riscosopen.org/tracker/
Related Websites RISC OS BlogRISC OS PackagingRISCOScodeWikipedia
Reviews  
Where To Buy OSDisc.com (sponsored link)

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Feature 2014-06-04
rc12a
Release Date 2014/06/04
End Of Life  
Price (US$) Free
CDs --
Free Download IMG
Installation --
Default Desktop Pinboard
Package Management  
Office Suite --
Processor Architecture armv6hl
Journaled File Systems  
Multilingual  
Asian Language Support  
Full Package List  

Note: The package version table for RISC OS Open is not available.





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