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This is a list of interesting operating systems

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OS Comment
q4os Small linux with supported 32bit version, windows 98 vibes
kolibrios Super small linux with GUI
libreelec Just enough OS for KODI
retropie Great for Retro Gaming
Kali Linux distribution geared towards various information security tasks, such as Penetration Testing, Security Research, Computer Forensics and Reverse Engineering.
Ubuntu Desktop Desktop Linux
SteamOS Debian 8 optimized for steam games

Interesting OS

OS Comment
SerenityOS A graphical Unix-like OS for desktop computers
ReactOS Windows applications and drivers in an open-source environment
Plan 9 research system developed at Bell Labs starting in the late 1980s
TempleOS TempleOS is a 64 bit, non-preemptive multi-tasking, multi-cored, public domain, open source, ring-0-only, single address space, non-networked, PC operating system for recreational programming.
Icaros Desktop This is a distribution of Aros, which is an OS based on the AmigaOS API
freedos FreeDOS is a complete DOS-compatible OS that you can use to play classic DOS games, run legacy business software, or develop embedded systems.
Red Star OS a North Korean Linux based operating system, developed at the Korea Computer Center (KCC)
qubes-os Qubes OS is a free and open-source, security-oriented operating system for single-user desktop computing.
GrapheneOS GrapheneOS is a privacy and security focused mobile OS with Android app compatibility developed as a non-profit open source project.
dietpi DietPi is a highly optimised & minimal Debian-based Linux distribution.
Whonix Whonix is designed to preserve privacy and anonymity by helping users run applications anonymously.

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