Both distributions are now available for download from Softpedia
Roberto J. Dohnert proudly announced last evening, September 12, that the 14th release of his OS4 OpenLinux operating system is now available for download, along with PC/OS Enterprise Linux 4.1.5.As the developer states on the official website of the product, OS4 OpenLinux 14 brings lots of interesting changes "Today we are announcing the new release of OS/4 OpenLinux 14. With this release we bring many new enhancements to the OS/4 line."
"OS/4 OpenLinux 14 is the result of a years worth of beta testing, kernel enhancements and has easily outnumbered the teams current record of 57 beta builds with 135 beta builds that we delivered to our beta testers. The results have been astounding."
Being powered by Linux kernel 3.5, OS4 OpenLinux 14 features Chromium, Audacious, GIMP 2.8, Claws Mail, Dates calendaring app, Contacts, Maps, Message Center, Parole video player, VLC Media Player, Pidgin, Abiword and Gnumeric for word processing and spreadsheet.
The Software Center included in OS4 OpenLinux 14 is based on the Lubuntu Software Center, offering users direct access to all the free and paid application, as well as Steam for gaming.
On the other hand, the commercial counterpart to OS4 OpenLinux has been updated as well with a wide range of improvements and enhancements, all packed under the 4.1.5 version.
With an updated kernel, PC/OS Enterprise Linux 4.1.5 comes with increased driver support, the Google Chrome web browser, updated Webmin, Oracle VirtualBox, Evolution with Microsoft Exchange support, GNUStep, Eclipse, Mono, QT, Gambas3, System Imager 1.2, APTonCD, Caffeine, Likewise Active Directory integration, and Skype.
Moreover, support for Oracle Weblogic 12g, as well as support for H&R Block web-based tax applications is also included in the PC/OS Enterprise Linux 4.1.5 distribution, which can be purchased right now from the official website.
Download OS4 OpenLinux 14 right now from Softpedia. A demo version of PC/OS Enterprise Linux 4.1.5 is also available for download on Softpedia, but only for 64-bit platforms.