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SymbOS 2.1 First Beta released

by Prodatron on 02-05-2014, 11:31
Topic: Software
Tags: Prodatron, SymbOS

SymbOS is back in action with a new release adding a new MegaSD card driver, multiline textinpu tcontrol, mouse wheel support and more.

SymbOS 2.1 Second Beta released

by Prodatron on 01-06-2014, 23:13
Topic: Software
Tags: Prodatron, SymbOS

Full installation process, mass storage device autodetection and new Turbo-R floppy disc support.

SymbOS 3.0 beta release

by edoz on 01-07-2015, 23:10
Topic: Software

SymbOS 3.0 beta release

SymbOS 3.0 is ready

by ro on 31-08-2017, 15:04
Topic: Software

The multi-tasking OS SymbOS 3.0 is ready for download

SymbOS for MSX - preview

by snout on 28-05-2006, 01:48
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Regular visitors of our active MSX forum could have followed it all from the start. On October 30th, 2005, in this forum thread, the first steps were taken that would lead to porting SymbOS to MSX.

SymbOS for MSX 1.1 alpha2

by snout on 13-09-2006, 22:12
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

A new preview version of SymbOS - a multitasking, window-based GUI - for MSX has just been released. New in this version is support for 16-color SCREEN 5 and 7 mode, in addition to the already supported SCREEN 6. For more information on SymbOS please visit the SymbOS website.

The great cross-platform multitasking operating system SymbOS was just added to our downloads database.

SymbOS MSX drivers

by snout on 23-01-2007, 16:18
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Prodatron has released a set of MSX Floppy Disc Controller and Mass Storage Device drivers for his stunning windowed multitasking OS SymbOS.

SymROM 1.0

by NYYRIKKI on 30-06-2007, 22:51
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

NYYRIKKI just released his first application for the SymbOS platform.

Syntax Infinity

by wolf_ on 13-04-2009, 22:03
Topic: Software

In the past few days, the annual demo party Breakpoint took place in an idyllic village called Bingen Am Rhein, Germany. While these parties typically feature PC, Amiga and C64 content, sometimes an MSX-production manages to squeeze itself in!

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