I usually boot Free DOS inside a PC emulator called QEMU.I sometimes run DOSEmu, which is ideal if I'm writing Free DOS programs because DOSEmu boots its drive from a folder in my Linux home directory.It is cheaper here thank goodness, The medication works great and it's way cheaper than what my vet wanted to charge me. i have three dogs one prescription shipped immediately with no issues the other two dogs medications were delayed. Unless it is an emergency and I need the meds right away, I get a script written and buy it from you. there was an issue with both dogs being on one prescription I didn't find this out untill I called but customer service was very very helpful and got the issue resolved with my vet immediately and they even overnighted the medication so I received it the next day! Today, I run Fedora Linux, with GNOME as the desktop.My other favorite operating system is Free DOS, but that's not a surprise because I am the founder and project coordinator for the Free DOS Project.I ran a dual-boot Linux and Windows system at home until about 1998, using Windows only to play games.
So I'm trying to keep the list short here, just the programs I use the most: I'll start with Linux.My first Linux distribution was Softlanding Linux System (SLS) 1.03, with Linux kernel 0.99 alpha patch level 11.