ReactOS, the 'free' Windows clone, can now boot from Btrfs disks


Colin Finck of the ReactOS project announced the release of ReactOS 0.4.10, a new version that brings many improvements to the free Windows clone.

Like any other ReactOS release, version 0.4.10 introduces something new for users to test on their computers and stay busy until the next release. The most important addition to this version is the ability to boot from Btrfs-formatted hard drives.

This major change allows users to install and start ReactOS from a Btrfs-formatted disk, this has been made possible thanks to the implementation thanks to the Windows WinBtrfs driver implementation.

Improvements in stability, reliability and other changes

Apart from the WinBtrfs implementation, the ReactOS 0.4.10 release adds enhancements to the graphical shell such as a renewed multi-window interaction, the overall system layout, especially the MSI installers, as well as shortcut functionality.

The full stability of ReactOS has been improved in this release, which means that the operating system and applications will have fewer unexpected crashes and the overall performance will be better.

Many bugs and other bugs reported by users have been fixed in the hope that ReactOS is a better alternative for Windows. You can test ReactOS by downloading the latest version of this link.

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  1.   Julio said

    ReactOS, the 'free' Windows clone, can now BOOT from Btrfs disks.

    I follow this page often and the level is very good, but let's avoid unnecessary anglicisms that are less clear on top.

    By the way, interesting article.

    A greeting.

  2.   Rafael said

    The comment is very successful, but many still think that using Anglicisms gives them a point of modernity…. and it is the opposite.