I’ve been reading about Haiku OS for some years. Haiku is an operating system inspired by the extinct BeOS, and for me it’s like an Unix clone with a good and clean interface, like Mac OS, but free.
Some months ago its developers released their first alpha, that I’ve already talked about and shown some screenshots. Some days ago they released a new version, Haiku R1 alpha 2. The interface is even better than before and the new features are great. My favourite one is WebPositive, a WebKit-based browser:
I maximised the WebPositive window and its menubar became like a Mac OS apllication menubar:
Something I didn’t notice in the latest release: Haiku has support for desktop applets. And OpenGL support is already there too: