MikeOS 4.4

An Open Source operating system for x86 PCs, written entirely in the assembly language
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MikeOS is an open source and independent operating system for x86 (32-bit) personal computers, written entirely in the assembly language, and intended to be used as a learning tool for those who want to learn how OSes work.

MikeOS runs in 16-bit mode (for BIOS access) and doesn't require high-end hardware components. Current features include a command-line interface, menu-based program selector, numerous system calls, and rudimentary DOS compatibility.

It also includes an API for developers, a BASIC interpreter with 46 instructions, as well as example programs. To run MikeOS, just download the compressed archive from our downloads section above, extract it and write it to a floppy, CD or USB media.

last updated on:
November 13th, 2013, 15:03 GMT
license type:
BSD License 
developed by:
Mike Saunders
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What's New in This Release:
  • Two new games, Sudoku and Cosmic Flight, have been added.
  • Many improvements have been made to the BASIC interpreter, which now also shows line numbers in error messages.
  • The Calculator program and MikeBASIC Plus Plus library have been updated to the latest versions.
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