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A Gallery of HyperSpace Screenshots

Phoenix Technologies is pushing its pint-size OS as a complement to Windows.

Boot time: HyperSpace, developed by Phoenix Technologies, is sold as an add-on that consumers can install and as a product that PC manufacturers can bundle with systems.
Office suite: The BIOS software runs a variety of common applications, including a Web browser, a media player, and office productivity software.
Browse away: With the software’s fast boot-up times and instant-on capability, consumers can get to their favorite sites quickly.
User friendly: HyperSpace features its own user interface.

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