This is the ISO version of FreeBSD.
FreeBSD offers advanced networking, performance, security and compatibility features today which are still missing in other operating systems, even some of the best commercial ones.
The quality of FreeBSD combined with today's low-cost, high-speed PC hardware makes FreeBSD a very economical alternative to commercial UNIX workstations. It is well-suited for a great number of both desktop and server applications.
Reviewing 8.0 RC2 (Oct 28, 2009)
Vista a good desktop OS, yeah good one. Haven't used Windows 7 yet, but if it sucks anything like Vista then it will be worth avoiding.
Reviewing 8.0 RC2 (Oct 27, 2009)
This is an excellent server operating system, but one of the worst desktop operating systems ever created. FreeBSD needs to stop trying to be everything for everyone and focus solely on being a server operating system since that is the only thing it is good at. Mac OS X is the only decent desktop Unix OS and even that is not a very good one compared to Windows 7 and Vista.
Reviewing 8.0 Beta 4 (Sep 9, 2009)
@ Phat Esther
If you don't know what this is or what its for don't give FreeBSD a bad review, it is for advanced computer users wanting something stable, easy to maintain (once setup), something free, and most important to some is that its not Windows. 5 to undo your 1.
Reviewing 8.0 Beta 3 (Aug 24, 2009)
Sweet wor[l]d - "Unix". Real. Genuine. Lives on my comps from 2.2.4.
Reviewing 8.0 Beta 2 (Jul 18, 2009)
Only boot menu, no install, no help, no disk identify only ad18 ad20 ad 2 ad4 or what no info which disk how free space, where to install, its only game for children in the sand, not an modern operating system. What language is it dos cp\m or holecard system. Perhaps freebsd 138.42 beta36 include setup GUI. Running any program on this fantastic never installed OS? Working on PC? hahahahaha
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