Release Notes: Header cleanup to compatible Windows SDK headers. NDK has been implemented and used. ReactOS is now built with the project's own headers. New My computer, Command Prompt, and Logo Icons. A new build system called rbuild. Based on XML, it allows for auto-generated makefiles. The appearance of the first stage installer has been improved. There are GCC 4.x.x build fixes.
Release Notes: Speed, stability, and compatibility were increased.
Release Notes: This release has seen huge improvements in general, and in networking and stability in particular. This is the last 0.2.x release before the 0.3.0 release, which will see ever higher levels of compatibility and stability.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release has a new LiveCD image, an improved and more stable kernel and Win32k kernel graphics subsystem, a lot of networking foundation work, an improved setup and better bundled explorer, command shell, and drivers. Also included is newly ported user DLL code from WINE.
Release Notes: Overall improved stability and compatibility. An improved graphics subsystem and porting from WINE allows new applications to run, e.g. AbiWord and IrfranView.
Release Notes: Some applications now work better, and overall stability has been increased.
Release Notes: This version now boots into the graphical ROS Explorer. Improvements were made to the kernel, graphical subsystem, and various DLLs (shell32, ntdll, iphlpapi, uxtheme, and msvcrt). Various drivers also saw improvement (pci.sys, afd.sys, tcpip.sys, ws2_32.sys, and cdfs.sys). There were also improvements to the ROS Explorer shell and the boot loader FreeLoader (improved hardware detection), and general improvements in the source infrastructure.
Release Notes: This release includes lots of work on the graphical DLLs, as well as all around work on the system. French and German keyboard layouts are now available.
Release Notes: This release was created using a week-long branch for fixes only, followed up by several days of a code freeze for testing. The release itself features Plug-n-Play improvements, better GUI controls (especially scrollbars and static controls), better mouse button handling, the beginning of OpenGL support, extensive work on a PC Net driver, as well as an improved NDIS driver. The serial mouse driver was almost rewritten, and there is now partial support for the Intellimouse, along with better SCSI support (SCSI devices are initialized using 3rd-party drivers).