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ReactOS Is Adding Support for Windows 10 and 8 Apps, NTFS Driver

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Coming more than four months after version 0.4.7, ReactOS 0.4.8 is here with numerous improvements to the user experience and a bunch of new features that should please fans of the Microsoft Windows alternative. First, this release finally makes the "auto-hide," "always on top," and "toggle lock" options work as expected.

Support for balloon notifications in the system tray area has been added, along with automatic removal of icons of terminated process. The user experience optimizations continue with the ability to select multiple icons on the desktop, and it's now possible to view the capacity of local or attached drivers, as well as of folders and dirs.

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Also: Windows 10 apps on an open-source OS? ReactOS gains experimental support for latest Windows software

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