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Old 04 August 2016, 23:31   #6
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Originally Posted by JimmiG View Post
AROS intrigues me, since it's the only x86 Amiga-like OS, and it's also open source.

However its limited hardware support means I haven't built a dedicated box for it yet, just running it in a VM. It feels a bit silly having to shop for 2005-2008 era components in order to run a "Next-gen" OS. Also I'm no fan of the default color/window theme, but if you switch to something a bit more sane it actually doesn't look bad.
Well this is not so, if supported, ICAROS can natively install on even newer PC, Also an installation on Pen Drive you can, but it is best to use an external hard drive, in this way you can start ICAROS on every PC we want.

I am attaching some interesting old videos:

Vmware Player Installation Icaros 2.0 The Flash
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IcarOS natively installed on Aspire One ZG5
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HDToolBox Create Partitions HD On External USB (my experiment)
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