I am writing this why watching Linus from LTT get roasted by his staff, friends and wife. Anyway, over the last few weeks, I have been working on a personal project of mine. This is called Codename Viper. This is a design for something I call a DTOS. A DTOS is a VM-Like OS that runs on windows. The DTOS was designed for slower, older computers. It allows for modern apps and games to run flawlessly on older computers. The OS supports Windows 2000 and up. It has an easy installer and an amazing interface that makes it easy for users who are used to windows operating systems. I am planning on updating it quite regularly with new features and support. There are also plans for a Minecraft-like game to be ported to the OS.
Now I have had a few issues with compatibility and support for the OS. There are a few things that I had to go around in terms of issues. One of these being the ‘Press B for BIOS’ menu. In the BIOS menu, normally you will press a key (i.e. F2) before a set time to go in the BIOS and if it’s not pressed, it will skip. Due to me using Small Basic, there is more limited functionality for programming. This means I had to make a work-around for the BIOS menu. I used Small basic for this reason. I find it fun to not have as much functionality and to try and make a work-around for the code. To spend hours figuring out how to program specific things to me is fun. I will be posting this to VB and C++ soon though. There are also dev talks of a Python edition for Linux-Running computers with low specs (e.g. the Raspberry PI (I love the PI btw)). With this, we are also going to be having an advertisement service for the OS. We will be soon releasing a signup form for advertisements. All advertisements during the Beta for the OS will be free.
If there is enough support for the OS, we will release a web-service (like message apps, cloud storage and more). The OS will be free but we do welcome donations. If you would like to donate, please email me here: email@example.com. The OS will continue to be developed and will continue to be supported with older computers. At the end of this, I am still watching the same video and I would like to wish all of you a good day (or rest of your day) and I hope you find something you enjoy working on.