New Windows Alternative: ReactOS

@miketagz (8666)
Philippines
March 11, 2018 7:13am CST
Good day! It's Show Time! Miketagz Again! Are you tired from Windows Operating System? But you want something new? Here's the new alternative freeware called ReactOS. ReactOS is a Windows clone and not a Linux distro with a Windows-like desktop shell and it does not run Linux apps. However, we cannot disregard the popularity of Windows on how much you might despise it, but then if you’re keen on using the operating system, you might as well go for something that quite as much features supports for the applications specifically designed for it that would otherwise not run natively on other platforms without some sort of virtualization. Software is under alpha version, so maybe you are not sure if you really want to try this software if you have free disk space. It is your choice for fun and experiment purposes. Video:
ReactOS is a free, open source operating system for natively running Windows applications. Here I install alpha build v.0.4.7 in a virtual machine and test i...
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• Cuddalore, India
11 Mar
Never tried that one..
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@miketagz (8666)
• Philippines
11 Mar
@Lignitecityabishek96 Explore the new system if you want to try other than original.
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• Cuddalore, India
11 Mar
@miketagz can we use this with Window 10. I mean can use two at the same time .It should not affect window 10 because its premium version .
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@miketagz (8666)
• Philippines
11 Mar
@Lignitecityabishek96 Yes it's possible using virtual machine software.
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@rheicel (7296)
• Philippines
12 Mar
What's the difference using it from Windows?
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@miketagz (8666)
• Philippines
12 Mar
@rheicel No difference, it was a free remake version. It is under alpha version so it may expect few bugs.
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@rheicel (7296)
• Philippines
12 Mar
@miketagz It's like imitating the older version of windows like windows 97.
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@miketagz (8666)
• Philippines
12 Mar
@rheicel yes, but the difference is no need to ask for serial number when installing software
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@RodrickH (12913)
• China
11 Mar
Never heard of that, is it great?
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@miketagz (8666)
• Philippines
11 Mar
@RodrickH It is good but it's under alpha version, and don't expect too much of it's compatibility of the software.
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@RodrickH (12913)
• China
11 Mar
@miketagz If it's under alpha version then I won't try it cause it may have bugs
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@miketagz (8666)
• Philippines
11 Mar
@RodrickH Okey its your decision, you don't need to reformat though. You can install while running on windows using Virtual Machine Software.
@kepweng (19121)
• Waikoloa, Hawaii
28 Mar
Do u Already Upgraded in windows 10??
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@miketagz (8666)
• Philippines
28 Mar
@kepweng I have Windows 8.1. Plan to upgrade soon if I have replace Solid State Drive and adding a memory on my laptop.
@jaboUK (55201)
• United Kingdom
13 Mar
I'm not too computer savvy so while my computer runs ok I'm not going to mess with it.
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@miketagz (8666)
• Philippines
13 Mar
@jaboUK No worries, you can see online guides or I can teach you about Windows.
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@FourWalls (15703)
• United States
11 Mar
I got tired of Windows about three years ago and got a Mac. Now, Windows only bugs me the four hours I’m at work.
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@miketagz (8666)
• Philippines
11 Mar
@FourWalls Mac doesn't detect viruses and I like the advantages of that.
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