Zeta R1.1 Demo for free download

Posted by Kaya Kupferschmidt • Friday, October 21. 2005 • Category: Hardware
Yellowtab finally made a demo version of their operating system called Zeta available for download. You can get the CD-image from Freenet (unfortunately the page is in German, but it shouldn't be too hard to download the file).

Zeta is based on BeOS, the famous operating system designed by Jean Louis Gasse which turns even old hardware into fast computers. But I have to admit my opinion about Zeta is ambivalent, especially the German BeOS community is very fanatic, even they can hardly oversee the many mistakes Yellowtab has made in the past.

Anyway, try out the OS and decide if you are willing to pay ~100EUR for the full version. I already bought the full version as an early adaptor, but I was disappointed and I am not using it very often any more.


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