TempleOS is an x86_64, multi-tasking, multi-cored, public domain, open source, ring-0-only, single-address-map (identity-mapped), non-networked, PC operating system for recreational programming. It sticks to common, 64-bit hardware instead of distinct drivers because you must shoot-the-moon. Also, redundancy and varied capabilities are unpleasant compared to everybody-has-the-same-thing.
Reviewing 7.00 (Jan 13, 2011)
Most fun I've had with a computer since my Apple II
Reviewing 6.11 (Jun 16, 2010)
Totally cool. This is for geeks, not for morons. Go whine somewhere else.
Reviewing 6.06 (Apr 25, 2010)
Weird and indecipherable. Don't try this at home. Home Planet, that is !
Only illegal aliens -space aliens- know how it works ...even ~they~ can't
run it !
The PC Rat recommends they finish their bottle of Jack Daniels, and go
The Computer Rodent
Reviewing 5.11 (Aug 5, 2009)
Interesting, but weird. Too steep a learning curve for all but a few geeks. Even when you learn it, it's not something you would use every day unless coding is your passion.
The author is obviously talented, and should spend his time helping out on the ReactOS project. At least the end product will be useful to millions of people, not just a few geeks.
4 stars for originality.
Reviewing 5.08 (Jun 29, 2009)
Someone needs a girlfriend, other then their Core i7 Processor.
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