Archive for the Hammer OS competitors Category

Windows RG

Posted in Hammer OS competitors with tags , , , , , , on January 5, 2009 by Neil Robinson

Who’s going to use Hammer OS now that Windows (Really Good Edition) is available?

Windows RG has almost the same feature set, but a much stronger trademark than Hammer OS!

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Hammer OS strikes back against Dead Badger Linux

Posted in Hammer OS competitors with tags , , on June 22, 2008 by Neil Robinson

Here at Hammer OS, we don’t believe that undead badgers have much of a chance against the Badger Breaker — Hammer OS’s biggest hammer yet.

We expect the Badger Breaker to, quite literally, stamp out the competition.

In other OS news…

Posted in Hammer OS competitors with tags , , on June 14, 2008 by Neil Robinson

Associated Press: It seems that Linux is more versatile than initially thought. Where Hammer OS once had supremacy in cross-platform deployment, it seems that it is now possible to install Linux on dead badgers.

Although Hammer OS has a clear lead in simplicity of installation it lacks in much of the functionality that Linux on a Dead Badger can provide.

Hammer OS will need to step efforts in order to compete with these threats in the expanding UMPC market.

You cannot install Hammer OS with handlebars

Posted in Hammer OS competitors with tags , , , , on May 23, 2008 by Neil Robinson

Even if the handlebars are called Hammer OS. Even if they are trademarked.

Do not be taken in by these shameless cads. Hammer OS will only work as intended if you use a hammer to install it.

Is my hammer a hammer? How to tell.

It’s not broken, it’s running Hammer OS

Posted in Hammer OS competitors with tags , , , on May 15, 2008 by Neil Robinson

Or perhaps, Boot OS (Steel-capped Edition)

The Scourge of Piracy

Posted in Hammer OS competitors, Hammer OS in use with tags , , on May 7, 2008 by Neil Robinson

Piracy of the highly rated Hammer OS is rampant. Look at these crusty sea dogs installing an unlicenced copy of Hammer OS on an iPhone.

People with excessively long beards are liersliars, cheats, and thieves, and those hairy people have obviously stolen that sledgehammer from one of their parents’ tool sheds, thus invalidating their Hammer OS licence.

Be warned, those who wish to steal Hammer OS, the legal penalty for pirating Hammer OS is Hammer OS.