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OS/2-Based ‘Arcanos 5.0’ Has Finally Been Releas — Oh Wait, No It Wasn’t. Never Mind.

“Because we want ArcaOS 5.0 to be the best that it can be, Arca Noae has made the difficult decision to delay release two weeks, with a new projected delivery date of April 15, 2017,” reads a new announcement on the Arca Noae web site.
Because we don’t believe in selling anything we are not ready to ship, we will not be taking pre-orders for ArcaOS 5.0. Please be patient while we get the last few things as they should be, so that your experience installing and using ArcaOS 5.0 is as smooth as possible.
One of last week’s most popular stories was about the upcoming release of this x86 OS/2-based operating system (codenamed “Blue Lion”) which will offer full backward compatibility with legacy OS/2, DOS and Windows 3.1 applications, as well as “ported Linux applications.” It’s still on its way, the developers explain, but “Finishing touches can often take longer than expected.”

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