Disclaimer (sort of a my rights)
All data within is merely an opinion on a specific subject and/or group of. It is by no means an advertisement, sponsorship and/or endorsement and/or association with any third-party vendor, provider and/or website including, but not limited to goods and/or services listed herein or not.
Affiliation (or rather lack of)
VintageOS is not affiliated with any type of organization related to computer systems, technology, spamming, hacking or of any other nature at all, unless specified in writing. VintageOS is not in any way responsible for content in external websites although often used as reference. Any links to any questionable material will be removed at my sole discretion and/or by petition via email.
All third-party media including, but not limited to images, are either public domain and/or copyrighted by their owners, hence used as reference in place of public domain media including, but not limited to images under the fair use practice.
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If you are worried about tracking in general, visit and download the Privacy Badger plug-in (Electronic Frontier Foundation).
You are welcome to use VintageOS as a source of information on different operating systems at your sole discretion since I offer no guarantee that the information herein is fully accurate, regardless how much I have tried. As such, you are welcome to use it "as-is". I do not claim to be an expert on any of the subjects covered herein. Just like most geeks, I am constantly learning about, testing and breaking new as well as vintage (old, obsolete, ancient, historical, retro) technologies. If you have any questions and/or want to correct any errors, you are welcome to contact me. If you desire, you can copy and/or steal the content for your school reports, but do NOT publish it on other websites and/or other media and say that you wrote this information. The latter would not be nice and is actually a form of plagiarism. You can credit VintageOS and give VintageOS a link — thanks in advance.
Note that the material herein is offered under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) license.
Since I started VintageOS in 1997, people from different parts of the world (Argentina, El Salvador, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal, Switzerland and the UK) have either corrected several errors or have asked me for technical help and/or opinions. Although I by no means consider myself an expert, if you have any questions, suggestions, need help or simply want to correct any error, contact me. Thank you for your visit and support.