Haiku

Haiku is an open source operating system currently under development that focuses specifically on personal and multimedia computing. Inspired by BeOS (Be Operating System), Haiku aims to become a fast, efficient, easy to use and easy to learn system, without neglecting its power for users of all levels. The project is led by Haiku Inc., a nonprofit organization located in New York.

Haiku has its own modular micro nucleus called NewOS, which will be highly optimized for work with audio, video, graphics, and animations in three dimensions inspired by the original BeOS. Its architecture provides advanced core accommodates multiple processors, high performance, bandwidth input/output and a penetrating modular system multi threaded for system re-entrant processes multitasking, graphical flexibility and response Real time, unlike other operating systems Haiku OS is natively graphic, inherited from BeOs, Visual programming by nodes from the outputs of the programs that allow it through a native software called Cortex.

 

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