Taking ReactOS 0.4 RC1 For A Test Drive To Experience Open-Source Windows Compatibility
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 15 December 2015. Page 2 of 2. 36 Comments

All of the core Windows programs are installed by default.

The ReactOS 0.4 control panel.

ReactOS 0.4 RC1 was very quick and responsive when trying it within a VM.

The ReactOS Application Manager makes it easy to install extra programs and software, assuming you have a working Internet connection.

The new ReactOS Explorer.

The default browser is the Wine Internet Explorer.

If you want to learn more about ReactOS 0.4 RC1, see this morning's article.

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