You're about to discover a new concept of Open Source web Operating System, where you can customize your system to fit exactly your needs.
eyeOS runs from your browser, where anybody can collaborate and expand it.
Download your folders as zip files, copy over different folders, manage your files like if you were at home, from your eyeOS system with the new eyeOS 1.0. And we're just talking of one of the base applications (eyeFiles)!
Optimize and manage your desktop with eyeProcess, the new Process Manager that will let you kill any process which has slowed your eyeOS experience or is working wrong!
Discover the new eyeOS Toolkit to develop web applications in minutes: Just use the existing widgets, from an imagebox to a sortable table, to create your eyeApplications: Full AJAX applications with a standarized user/process management in minutes!
Now that your NOOK Color is running Honeycomb, you'll want to install Android Market and get apps. In this episode, we'll show you how to do that using a Mac computer. view it
Now that your NOOK Color is running Honeycomb, you'll want to install Android Market and get apps. In this episode, we'll show you how to do that using a PC. view it
We explain what a desktop is in computer terms and tell you what the desktop is traditionally used for. view it
In our first episode of this series, we'll show you how to install iOS 5, Apple's newest version of their mobile operating system. view it
In our first episode of this series, we'll explain some reasons why you might want to root your NOOK Color to run Android 3.0, Honeycomb. view it
Here, we show you some of the new features of iOS 5, including improved notifications and integration with iCloud. view it
In this series, we'll show you how to root your Barnes and Noble Nook Color so that it runs Android 3.0, Honeycomb. view it