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Commodore 64 geos
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GEOS (Graphic Environment Operating System) is a disk-based GUI operating system for the Commodore 64, released in It includes features like. GEOS, released in , is a full blown operating system and graphical user interface for the Commodore 64 computer. The Commodore 64 was an extremely . GEOS (Graphic Environment Operating System) is a discontinued operating system from Berkeley Softworks (later GeoWorks). Originally designed for the Commodore 64 and released in , it provides.
19 Sep Released in , it provided a GUI for the C64, and Apple II. GEOS was handled with mouse or joystick. It utilized a technology called. I read about Geos on the net and looks amazing how its programmers did a so good work on putting a "7 MHz Mac" gui on a 1 MHz C Desktop with applications in GEOS 2 for C The screenshot has an extra border (remove)(show), bigger pixels (shrink)(enlarge) and wrong aspect ratio.
breenasmith.com | Commodore Computer History | A look back on Berkley's GEOS GUI Operating System for Commodore Computers C64 & C Game information, description, and download page for [GEOS] GEOS (UE) ROM for Commodore 64 Preservation Project C64 PP. This FAQ covers the Commodore version of an operating system called "GEOS" by Berkeley Softworks. In particular, this FAQ focuses on the Commodore 8 Sep The C64 wasn't the best platform for running a GUI, and GEOS required a great deal of patience. I eventually went back to non-GEOS tools for. GEOS is a graphical user interface for based computers. In the s, it was commercially available for the Commodore 64, and Plus/4 as well as the .
GeoThek/: A German collection of GEOS files. autoexec/: Automatically and conly programs. c64/: Geos boot disks, desktops and conly programs. Even though GEOS 64 and GEOS are being provided here for free in the hopes it will encourage more active participation among Commodore users. 6 Apr Geos (19xx)(-)(Disk 1 of 4 Side B), 86 Ko. Geos (19xx)(-)(Disk 2 of 4 Side A), Ko. Geos (19xx)(-)(Disk 2 of 4 Side B), 71 Ko. 9 Aug Major GEOS applications on the Commodore 64 protect themselves from unauthorized duplication by keying themselves to the operating.