[ros-general] Fwd: Ros-announce Digest, Vol 12, Issue 1
aleksey at reactos.org
Fri May 1 10:17:40 CEST 2009
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> From: Matthew Coburn <coburn.matthew at gmail.com>
> Date: May 1, 2009 7:21:58 AM GMT+04:00
> To: ros-announce at reactos.org
> Subject: Re: Ros-announce Digest, Vol 12, Issue 1
> Hello ReactOS Team,
> I'm just emailing to let you know what I think of ReactOS v0.3.9.
> I played around with the LiveCD flavor of it. Despite it crashing and
> blue screening on my Acer Aspire One, I tried it on my Lenovo 3000
> N100. It worked fine, however ReactOS did not detect my USB Keyboard
> or Mouse.
> My sound card in my Lenovo is a SoundMax HD Intergrated Audio using
> the Microsoft UAA Sound Bus Driver. In ReactOS, it didn't detect it.
> I'm guessing it didn't support it.
> Would ReactOS have a Web Browser when it blooms in a beta release? I'm
> just curious to know as this looks as a Windows 2K3 Workstation Clone
> (ReactOS Pro v5.2.3790 SP1) which is somewhat convinicing that it's
> loading into a really good OS. (Was this done to 'hide' the 0.3.9
> version number?)
> The GUI needs some work, but I guess as the GUI was built using
> WINE, It's okay.
> Other than that, when I have working USB support, Video (Intel GMA945)
> and Sound, I may jump off the Microsoft ship and become more involved
> with ReactOS.
> I've been a Linux user for a while, but I believe that ReactOS has
> potiental. Linux and WINE didn't cut the cake as some apps didn't run
> in WINE like MS .NET apps.
> Does the Installer version have more apps when it's installed?
> Matthew C.
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