Geis OS

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The Geis OS is an operating system based on Cosmos. The Geis OS is very small! It only takes 95KB! You can use it with emulators or you can burn it on a CD and run it on real Hardware! Enjoy it and help to make it better!

http://geisos.codeplex.com/

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