High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! FreeGEM is a windowing
system based on Digital Research's GEM which was first released in
1985. GEM stands for "Graphical Environment Manager." FreeGEM is
the free software/open source version of GEM developed after
Digital Research released the GEM code under the terms of the GNU
General Public License free software license. FreeGEM code works on
almost every version of DOS, and runs on almost every IBM
compatible PC. One can download all the FreeGEM binaries and source
code in one package through the OpenGEM SDK. The OpenGEM SDK also
contains language bindings, documentation, and compilers. There are
additional FreeGEM resources available through John Elliott's GEM
website (see external links below).
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