OpenBSD 7.0 is the 51st OpenBSD release that brings in significant changes and multiple features. Let’s discover the changes OpenBSD has made. OpenBSD 7.0: What’s New? Support for Apple Silicon computers The team behind OpenBSD is making remarkable progress towards making Apple M1 Macs more functional
Recently, the helloSystem devs released the newest version of their operating system. helloSystem is a newer project that wants to create a simple and easy to use operating system and is based on FreeBSD. Let’s take a look at what that means to you and me. What is helloSystem?
On May 10th, the DragonflyBSD team released version 6.0. Let’s take a look at what changes make up this release. For those of you who are not aware of what DragonflyBSD is, let me enlighten you. The DragonflyBSD project began in 2004. It was created by Matthew Dillon
The 13th stable release of FreeBSD is here, with major upgrades including the transition to a new OpenZFS filesystem as well as an upgraded toolchain that aims to unify FreeBSD across all architectures. Here, I will be discussing the key highlights of the release but me briefly introduce you to
NomadBSD is an open-source persistent live system for USB flash drives, this means that one can run this operating system on a USB flash drive and any changes done to the system will be saved and won’t be lost when it is booted the next time. It is based