The latest version of the PC-BSD operating system can be downloaded from Softpedia
PC-BSD, a BSD distribution with the goal to be an easy-to-install-and-use desktop operating system based on FreeBSD, is now at version 9.1.The developers of PC-BSD usually wait to release new versions after the guys from FreeBSD, but it seems they've jumped the gun on this version.
Highlights of PC-BSD 9.1:
• Based on the secretly released FreeBSD 9.1:
• A new server option with PC-BSD utilities such as the Warden is now available via the CLI;
• A new system installer has been implemented;
• Support for ZFS mirror / raidz(1,2,3) during installation is now available;
• Support for SWAP on ZFS, allowing entire disk ZFS installation, has been implemented;
• Support for Warden to create Linux Jails, has been implemented.
A complete list of changes and new features can be found in the official announcement.
Download PC-BSD 9.1 right now from Softpedia.