LoseThos is a 64-bit supplemental (like insurance) operating system for a niche — programming as entertainment. It is not a Windows wannabe. The envisioned usage model is like that of a classic Apple II or Commodore 64. It has no security and allows full access to memory, I/O ports and all assembly instructions from your programs. Now, the average programmer has rights normally restricted to system programmers. What’s more entertaining as a programmer than tinkering with kernal ideas or playing around with multicore? I suppose you can write games, but I like system programming. It’s a way simpler operating system than others and unlike Linux, the average person can understand the code.
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