In addition to the alternative Linux, other operating systems that have been present through the years, with a quite high level of followers. One is Haiku, which passes through its Alpha 3. Haiku is a continuation of BeOS, another already missing alternative operating system, based on BSD.
The most touted in the use of Haiku is the simplicity. The desktop is divided into two parts: on the one hand, we have the icons to navigate through the directories, grouped in the top left of the screen, while to the right groups the applications menu, with a number of pre-installed applications. Although applications are simple, it meet or exceed with the average user, but will disappear in lack applications a little more elaborate in the standard installation that is low on the network. Continue reading “Haiku R1 Alpha 3: An alternative operating system”