Version 3.18 of MorphOS was released today! 🙂
Please read on for more information directly from the team:
MorphOS 3.18 – Public Release
The MorphOS development team is proud to announce the public release of MorphOS 3.18! This new release includes several new applications such as Hex – a scriptable file/RAM/disk hex editor, ArchiveIt – a ZIP archiver/unarchiver application and Thermals – an app displaying thermal and fan information and graphs.
In addition, MorphOS 3.18 supports Samba 2 and 3 network share browsing and mounting in the Ambient desktop.
Radeon drivers have been updated to better support dual monitors, more graphics card models and 3D, including updated TinyGL library and drivers. We have also improved Realtek 8168 ethernet drivers with support for more card variants and enhanced networking stability on PCI express systems like PowerMac G5 11,2. USB input device connectivity issues on supported CyrusPlus 5040 systems have been corrected.
Many other system components and libraries have also been bugfixed and improved, including MUI, Netstack, Filesysbox.
For a more extensive overview of the changes included in MorphOS 3.18, please read our release notes.
We strongly urge new users to carefully read our installation and troubleshooting guides before they attempt to install MorphOS for the first time. Existing users can upgrade via the familiar procedure but are encouraged to read the guides as well. MorphOS 3.18 is available for download in our files section.
Once again the MorphOS team delivers an impressive update! Congratulations on the release! 🙂
I’m definitely looking forward checking it out. 🙂
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I used MorphOS as daily driver back in the day. While it’s a fun and fast OS, it needed a reboot every couple of hours or so because the system started having minor stutters. And this was on a clean install. A decade later I tried a newer version of MorphOS and found that this issue was still not fixed.
Thanks for commenting. 🙂
That sounds strange. The only thing I can think of is that you can use MorphOS for free, but then it will slow down to an unusable state after about 30 minutes, forcing you to reboot. If you register MorphOS, this slowdown will be removed.
What kind of setup did you try MorphOS on?
Have a good weekend! 🙂