Development Release: Haiku R1 Beta 3
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The third beta of the inaugural stable release of Haiku, an independently-developed, open-source operating system for personal computers, is now ready for testing. A successor of BeOS, the new Haiku release comes with an improved installer and hardware drivers, updated ports of many popular software packages, and numerous bug fixes: “Poetry is in motion. The Haiku Project, its developers and team members announced that the Haiku operating system released its third beta build, version R1/Beta3, on July 25th, 2021. Version R1B3 continues the trend of more frequent releases to provide users and developers with an up-to-date and stable platform to work on. This release combines the best of Haiku’s history as a spiritual successor of BeOS and the hard work of a passionate community. It provides several new features and performance improvements that make Haiku even better.” See the release announcement and release notes for detailed information about this beta snapshot. The new Haiku ISO image is available fro both x86_64 and i386 architectures; download links (pkglist haiku-r1beta3-x86_64-anyboot.iso (719MB, SHA256, signature, torrent, haiku-r1beta3-x86_64-anyboot.iso (714MB, SHA256, signature, torrent.
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