|Company / developer||Craig Bamford and the DexOS community|
|Written in||assembly language (FASM)|
|Source model||Free and open source software|
|Latest release||6.0 / 12 May 2012|
|Supported platforms||32-bit x86 ARM architecture|
|Default user interface||CLI, GUI|
DexOS is a 32-bit operating system written in x86 assembly. It is designed for coders that want direct access to all hardware (including CPU and graphics), with well-commented code and documentation. It's licensed under a free to use license for commercial and non-commercial use. It is written and maintained by Craig Bamford and other voluntary developers from around the world. DexOS website has been shut down due to account reasons. 
DexOS has two modes for interaction: the graphical user interface GUI or the command line interface, both of which are available to user from boot.
As of version 5.0, DexOS has: a FASM port, text editor, image viewer, full TCP/IP stack, many games, a web server and support for some sound and ethernet cards, and other programs.
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