Redox OS Working On NVMe, USB 3.0, Theme Support
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 23 February 2017 at 06:28 AM EST. 8 Comments
OPERATING SYSTEMS --
For those interested in the Rust-written Redox OS open-source operating system project, a brief status update was posted today.

Some latest Redox OS development efforts revolve around supporting NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) storage and USB 3.0 / XHCI support. Redox is now running on NVMe SSDs and USB 3.0 is continuing to be worked on with a focus for USB Wireless network devices.

Redox OS has also been working on some proper theme support as well as improving its default theme.


More details at redox-os.org.

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