Installing 145 OSes in a PC

Oh yeah !!

Thats what I call sheer madness … Godliness !!!

But before you start googling around and counting the number of OSes actually out there let me give you the distribution (hint hint) myself :

  • 3 DOS Operating Systems
  • 5 Windows Operating Systems
  • 137 Linux Operating Systems

The author goes on to mention that he tried installing BSD variants in his Setup as well, but they gave some issues in co-existence with other OSes.

I confess that I myself have not read the entire article in detail, but it has always been one of my ambitions to try out as many full-fledged Distros as i could.

Read more about this fascinating project here

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