History of PC-BSD

The first beta of PC-BSD® consisted of only a GUI installer to get the user up and running with a FreeBSD 5.3 system with KDE3 pre-configured. This was a major innovation for the time as anyone wishing to install FreeBSD would have to manually tweak and run through a text installer. Kris Moore's goal was to make FreeBSD easy for everyone to use on the desktop and has since diverged even more in the direction of usability by including additional GUI administration tools and PBI packages.

 PC-BSD 10.0 - Joule Edition

PC-BSD 10.0 - Joule Edition

PC-BSD 1.3

PC-BSD 1.3

PC-BSD 1.4 - Da Vinci Edition

PC-BSD 1.4 - Da Vinci Edition

PC-BSD 1.5 - Edison Edition

PC-BSD 1.5 - Edison Edition

PC-BSD 7.0 - Fibonacci Edition

PC-BSD 7.0 - Fibonacci Edition

PC-BSD 7.1 - Galileo Edition

PC-BSD 7.1 - Galileo Edition

PC-BSD 8.0 - Hubble Edition

PC-BSD 8.0 - Hubble Edition

PC-BSD 9.0 - Isotope Edition

PC-BSD 9.0 - Isotope Edition

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