FreeBSD

FreeBSD is a free, open-source and UNIX-like operating system. Though relatively unknown, it’s a versatile and powerful work-horse, capable of coping with massive work-loads whilst remaining fast, ultra-stable and rock-solid.

Blogging about FreeBSD and operating systems based on this most versatile, safe and secure system, we want to generate more interest in FreeBSD and its dependants.

If you need a safe, rock-solid and performing system for either your desktop or your servers, you should definitely consider deploying FreeBSD!

We keep you up-to-date with news relating to FreeBSD and its dependants. Spreading the fame of FreeBSD, the unknown Giant.

“FreeBSD, the unknown Giant?”, you may ask? Well, that’s exaclty what IBM has called this operating system. It’s as simple as that:

IBM: “The FreeBSD operating system is the unknown giant among free operating systems. Starting out from the 386BSD project, it is an extremely fast UNIX®-like operating system mostly for the Intel® chip and its clones. In many ways, FreeBSD has always been the operating system that GNU/Linux®-based operating systems should have been. It runs on out-of-date Intel machines and 64-bit AMD chips, and it serves terabytes of files a day on some of the largest file servers on earth.” – Source (Dec 2016).