Operating Systems

 Experience a multitude of operating systems without the need to download them. InfinityVerse provides access to more than 12 operating systems, allowing you to explore their features and functionalities virtually. Discover the interface, test software compatibility, and familiarize yourself with different operating systems, all within our user-friendly environment.

Arch Linux

A complete Arch Linux restored from a snapshot, additional files are loaded as needed

Damn Small Linux

Graphical Linux with 2.4 kernel, Firefox 2.0 and more. Takes 1 minute to boot.

Buildroot Linux

Minimal Linux with busybox, Lua, tests, internet access, ping, telnet and curl. Exchange files through /ant/.


Windows-compatible OS. Restored from snapshot.

Windows 2000

Including Pinball and Internet Explorer with internet access. Additional sectors are loaded as needed.

Windows 98

Including Minesweeper and Internet Explorer with internet access. Additional sectors are loaded as needed.

Windows 95

Restored from snapshot

Windows 3.1

Takes 15 seconds to boot.

Windows 1.01

Takes 1 second to boot.

MS-DOS 6.22

With Enhanced Tools, QBasic, vim, games and demos.


With nasm, vim, debug.com, Rogue, some games and demos.


FreeBSD 12.0 base install. Restored from snapshot.


OpenBSD 6.6 base install. Restored from snapshot.


APlan 9 fork.


An open-source operating system inspired by BeOS. Restored from snapshot. Includes network support.


A graphical Unix-like operating system. Restored from snapshot.


A graphical operating system based on a multiserver microkernel design.


A Unix-like OS written from scratch. Includes Doom.


An x86 port of the Android Open Source Project, version 1.6. Quite slow. Takes about 10 minutes to boot.


Native Oberon 2.3.6


Fast graphical OS written in Assembly


QNX 4.05 Demo disk (no networking)


Ahomebrew operating system from scratch, written in assembly language.

Solar 0S

Simple graphical OS.


Atiny chess program written in the boot sector.


ALISP interpreter that fits into the boot sector.

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