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DR-DOS 8.0 Ships With FAT32 Support

The latest version of Linux-based DR-DOS 8.0 is immediately available as a web download.

Devicelogics, Inc., provider of DOS- and Linux-based embedded systems technologies, on Tuesday began shipping DR-DOS 8.0, the latest version of the embedded operating system.

Enhancements to the operating system include FAT32/large partition support, enabling DR-DOS 8.0 to keep up with market demand for DOS-based embedded solutions built on FAT32 platforms.

"DR-DOS is the fastest-to-market, the most reliable -- and with new FAT32 and Linux extensions -- the absolute best operation system for single-task embedded devices," said Bryan Sparks, co-founder and CEO, Devicelogics, in a recent release.

DR-DOS 8.0 is immediately available as a web download and costs $200 for a 5-user license pack.

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