Maybe you didn't know him, but helloSystem it is quite an interesting open source operating system. It is based on FreeBSD and is created by Simon Peter, who also created the AppImage package system. Now it has also released version 0.6 of this operating system, based on FreeBSD 12.2.
In addition to having that solid foundation, helloSystem 0.6 also has other benefits, such as a fairly similar to macOS, so that Apple fans feel at home and without the policies and restrictions that this company may implement in its original system. It also has similarities to many modern GNU / Linux distros, that is, free of the inherent complications, so that the user can have full control without too many headaches.
You can download ISO image from helloSystem for free, weighing 1.4GB and you can do it for both Direct download as per torrent. You should know that it contains a large assortment of pre-installed software, as is usual with distros. With the CyberOS panda-statusbar package, a cyber-dock-based dock also from that same development group, a Filer package manager, and Falkon browser among others.
As FS or filesystem, use ZFS by default, although it also supports exFAT, NTFS, ext4, HFS +, XFS, and MTP. It should also be noted that a series of proprietary applications for this project have been developed, such as an installer, a configurator, a virtual storage utility to mount an FS tree, to recover ZFS data, interface for disk positioning, network configuration, etc. . They use Python language and are based on the Qt graphics library.
And now with the version helloSystem 0.6 will arrive with lots of new features and corrections with respect to the previous version. And if you are interested in knowing all the changes in this latest version, you can see the full registration here.