MinopsOS is small operating system for PC computers. It is small enough to
fit inside the boot sector of a floppy disk. In other works as small as the
smallest stage one boot loaders. Can such a tiny operating system actually
be of any use? Well, to quote Roger Ramrod: "It's not how big it is, it's
how you use it". It is for example an ideal operating system for disk mags.
Actually it is almost as capable as DOS (with lack of hard disk support
being the most prominent difference).
MinopsOS can load files from (and partially write files to) FAT12 formatted
floppies and run programs. That's about it. Most other other stuff is
handled by the PC BIOS anyway and can be used in the exact same way as under