OpenBSD 4.5 Screenshot using GNOME Window Manager

OpenBSD is a famous operating system for security purposes because of its secure by default. It is specially the most secure operating system available on the planet and  “Only two remote holes in the default install, in a heck of a long time!”.

Mainly it is used for firewalls, secure servers and other tasks of securing your networks. However, we can use it as workstation OS like Windows and Linux to do daily tasks in your office or home installed in PC or laptop.

Here are some screenshots of OpenBSD 4.5 running on my Compaq Notebook C762NR using Gnome window manager. Enjoy.

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Hardware Profile:
Compaq Presario C762NR
Pentium Dual-Core 1.73GHz, DDRAM 2GB, Intel GMA 965 Chipset