Icaros Desktop 1.2.6 has been released

Date 3-Feb-2011 13:42:38
Topic: Software News

The latest update to the popular AROS distribution Icaros Desktop is now available for download. The new version introduce video cards autodetection for native drivers, screen scrolling and dragging on Intel GMA driver (which can now use also embedded display of laptops and netbooks), some new games and applications and, obviously, many bug fixes and feature enhancements, two of them being the ability to associate thumbnails to image files in Wanderer windows and to run other operating systems on a Bochs virtual machine.

New from Icaros Desktop 1.2.5

- updated AROS system files to january 26th, 2011 build
- pressing lAros+Esc will now call Scout in its own screen
- Icaros now chooses the best graphics driver when possible
- added MESA 7.10, EGL and OpenVG libraries from Deadwood
- added Bochs PC emulator with DLX Linux and FreeDos images
- added ThumbNailGun and dt2thumb to "iconify" images with thumbnails
- added latest release of GMA driver with screen dragging
- added Dega, a Sega Master System and Game Gear emulator
- added WaetherForecast, a Google weather client
- added Txt2Pdf, a text-to-adobe PDF conversion tool
- added dgen, a Genesis/Megadrive emulator
- added Hatari, an Atari ST emulator with free OS
- updated Janus-UAE to version 0.8
- added ability to setup amiga environment to AmiBridge
- updated standard config files for old amiga models in AmiBridge
- updated SimpleMail to v0.36 and made it default mail client
- updated Lunapaint
- updated NASM
- updated PortablE
- updated MAME
- updated FUSE Spectrum emulator
- updated AmiStart configuration files
- updated Nouveau driver
- updated Regina.library
- updated DirectoryOpus configuration
- updated AmiStart configuration files
- added Giana's Return (experimental)
- fixed a issue with drive informations
- fixed icons in Wanderer detailed file view
- fixed bugs from previous version
- incorporated Icaros 1.2.5 patch 01 Zune theme and fixes

for further informations, downloads and screenshots, please go to the project's website, http://www.icarosdesktop.org

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