FreeBSD based BSD distribution Trident is not happy with slow development and updates in BSD. They have decided to base their distribution on Linux. [Read more...] about Project Trident Ditches BSD for Linux
NomadBSD is a live system based on FreeBSD. It's intention is to provide you a BSD distribution that runs through a USB. Read more about NomadBSD experience. [Read more...] about NomadBSD, a BSD for the Road
Netflix uses FreeBSD and open source software to deliver its content efficiently worldwide. [Read more...] about Enjoy Netflix? You Should Thank FreeBSD
FreeBSD 12.0 has been released. Check out the new features in this major release. [Read more...] about FreeBSD 12.0 Stable Version Released!
Let's take a quick look at what is included in this new release of MidnightBSD. [Read more...] about MidnightBSD Hits 1.0! Checkout What’s New
What is ZFS and why is it so popular among experienced users? Let's have a look at the history of ZFS and its features and advantages over other filesystems. [Read more...] about What is ZFS? Why are People Crazy About it?
Last month, TrueOS BSD distribution announced that they would be spinning off their desktop offering into Project Trident. We talked to the team behind Project Trident to learn some insights into the future of TrueOS and Project Trident. [Read more...] about An Insight into the Future of TrueOS BSD and Project Trident
Wonder why people use BSD? Read some of the main reasons that compel people to use BSD over Linux. [Read more...] about 6 Reasons Why Linux Users Switch to BSD
NetBSD has a new major release in its 25th year. NetBSD 8.0 release brings several new features and improvements. [Read more...] about NetBSD Version 8.0 Released With New Features
No macOS is not based on Linux. No macOS is not similar to Linux. Take a look at the difference between the macOS and Linux kernels. [Read more...] about What is the Difference Between the macOS and Linux Kernels