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9/5/2006
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FreeDOS 1.0 Released

The open-source DOS replacement project has reached its first major milestone, and FreeDOS version 1.0 is now available. The distribution seeks to provide a functional drop-in replacement for MS-DOS, but also adds several new utilities and features, such as support for FAT32 partitions and long file names.



The open-source DOS replacement project has reached its first major milestone, and FreeDOS version 1.0 is now available. The distribution seeks to provide a functional drop-in replacement for MS-DOS, but also adds several new utilities and features, such as support for FAT32 partitions and long file names.

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