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Description FreeDOS is a free DOS-compatible operating system for IBM-PC compatible systems. FreeDOS is made of up many different, separate programs that act as packages to the overall FreeDOS Project. FreeDOS is distributed under the GNU GPL.What is FreeDOS? FreeDOS is a free DOS-compatible operating system that can be used to play games, run legacy software, or support embedded systems. FreeDOS is basically like the old MS-DOS, but better! For example, FreeDOS lets you access FAT32 file systems and use large disk support (LBA) — a feature not available in MS-DOS, and only included in Windows 95 and newer. Is FreeDOS really free? What programs can I run in FreeDOS? How do I install FreeDOS? What do I need to run FreeDOS? How can I contribute to FreeDOS?BASEThe base projects for the FreeDOS Project, the programs that reproduce the functionality of MS-DOS.BOOTVarious boot managers and boot logos for use with FreeDOS.DEVELCompilers, assemblers, and development tools that are distributed with FreeDOS.EDITUnofficial editors that are used with FreeDOS.GUIGraphical user interfaces for DOS.NETNetwork access, including PPP, browsers, email, etc.SOUNDVarious utilities to play and manage sound files.UTILUtilities and extensions that are associated with FreeDOS.
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