GEOS (16-bit operating system)
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GEOS (16-bit operating system)

A screenshot of Breadbox Ensemble 4.1.2
NameBreadbox Ensemble (PC/GEOS)
Company / developerBreadbox Computer Company
OS familyGEOS
Working stateCurrent
Source modelClosed source
Latest stable release4.1.3
Latest release dateAugust 25, 2009
user interfaceMotif or "Win95 clone"
LicenseProprietary EULA

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GEOS is a computer operating environment, graphical user interface, and suite of application software. Originally released as PC/GEOS, it runs on DOS-based, IBM PC compatible computers. The package later became GeoWorks Ensemble, then NewDeal Ensemble, and is now Breadbox Ensemble. Versions for some handheld platforms were also released.

PC/GEOS was first created by Berkeley Softworks, who later became GeoWorks Corporation. Version 4.0 was developed in 2001 by Breadbox Computer Company, LLC, and named Breadbox Ensemble.

PC/GEOS should not be confused with the 8-bit GEOS product from the same company, which ran on the Commodore 64 and other computers using MOS 6502-compatible microprocessors.

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