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JexeOS is a personal computer operating system from Toshiba Information Systems of Japan that is dedicated to running Java applications on x86-based systems.[1] A 1.0 beta version was available as of late 1997.[2]

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  1. ^ Veitch, Martin (19 November 1997). "Comdex Fall: Tosh Java OS broadens the spectrum". 
  2. ^ Kim, Eugene Eric (1 November 1997). "Of Interest". Dr. Dobb's Journal of Software Tools 22 (M&T). p. 130.