ReactOS 0.4.3 Released, Fixes Over 300 Issues
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 16 November 2016 at 05:11 PM EST. 11 Comments
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ReactOS 0.4.3 is now available as the newest version of this open-source OS that seeks to re-implement the interfaces of Windows.

As described earlier, ReactOS 0.4.3 has a ton of changes. ReactOS 0.4.3 has many fixes/improvements to its kernel, less crashes in the Win32 subsystem, file-system fixes, a USB audio driver has been started, a basic filter driver added, TCP/IP fixes, improvements to kernel-mode DLLs, a rewritten WinSock 2 DLL, and much more.

Today's 0.4.3 release announcement also mentions that around 342 issues were resolved, some bugs dating back a number of years. This release is also known to work with more DOS-era games via ReactOS' NTVDM implementation. Check out that blog post for all the details.
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