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[[File:BXOS_2013.svg|center|200px]]
 
[[File:BXOS_2013.svg|center|200px]]
The logo was officially introduced in November 2012, when the new BX modern design language compatibility was introduced. This is the last logo before it acquired by
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The logo was officially introduced in November 2012, when the new BX modern design language compatibility was introduced. This is the last logo before it acquired by [[
 
==Version logos==
 
==Version logos==
 
===Version 2.0 (Ruby, 1994)===
 
===Version 2.0 (Ruby, 1994)===
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[[File:BubbleOSv3.svg|center|200px]]
 
[[File:BubbleOSv3.svg|center|200px]]
 
===Version 4.0 (Emerald, August 1999)===
 
===Version 4.0 (Emerald, August 1999)===
This is the first BubbleOS version to support USB plug-and-play devices and limited DVD-ROM support. With version 4.5 (2000) adds USB mass-storage device support.
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This is the first BubbleOS version to support USB plug-and-play devices and DVD-ROM support. With version 4.5 (2000) adds USB mass-storage device support.
 
[[File:BubbleOSv4.svg|center|200px]]
 
[[File:BubbleOSv4.svg|center|200px]]
 
===Version 5 (Lemonade, September 2001)===
 
===Version 5 (Lemonade, September 2001)===

Latest revision as of 14:43, September 6, 2019

BXOS (formerly known as Gentleman System, BubbleOS) was an operating system developed by BXsoft Inc. It was first lunched in 1987 as GentlemanSystem. Their competitors are Android, iOS, Linux, Windows, MacOS, TSUG, PTSUG, EKS Vortex, ViraOS and Xenika. It was is the most popular operating system in Barklands and Colursia.

Gentleman SystemEdit

Version 0.1 (October 1984)Edit

Version 0.5 (1986)Edit

Version 0.6 (1987)Edit

Version 1.0 (1989)Edit

BubbleOSEdit

1994-1999Edit

1999-2004Edit

2003-2010Edit

The logo was officially introduced in September 2003 when BubbleOS 6 Beta 2 came out.

2010-2014Edit

BXOSEdit

2013-2017Edit

The logo was officially introduced in November 2012, when the new BX modern design language compatibility was introduced. This is the last logo before it acquired by [[

Version logosEdit

Version 2.0 (Ruby, 1994)Edit

Version 3.0 (Sapphire, 1996)Edit

Version 4.0 (Emerald, August 1999)Edit

This is the first BubbleOS version to support USB plug-and-play devices and DVD-ROM support. With version 4.5 (2000) adds USB mass-storage device support.

Version 5 (Lemonade, September 2001)Edit

Version 5.2 (2003)Edit

This is the first BubbleOS version to have used for tablet PCs (now tablets).

Version 6 (Aqua, April 2004)Edit

This is the first BubbleOS version to have USB 2.0 and Bluetooth support. With the launched of version 6.0, BubbleOS how improved performance, stability, and interface as BubbleOS faster, cheaper, and better than Windows compared to Windows XP.

Version 7 (Sky, July 2006)Edit

Version 8 (Fresh Water, September 2008)Edit

This is the first BubbleOS version to have used for smartphones.

Version 9 (Dolphin, June 2010)Edit

Version X (Dev10, March 2012)Edit

Version X2 (May 2013)Edit

Version X3 (Flat, September 2014)/X4 (September 2015)Edit

Version Z1 (Flat, September 2014)/Z2 (September 2015)Edit

Version XZ (2016)Edit

The new XZ features new multimedia player app OPlayer, Blaze XZ with low-light features, etc.

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