Created in 1995 as an alternative to the popular Windows and Macintosh operating systems, The Jumpsuit OS has received almost no national recognition and minimal fanfare. Still, the small number of users have reported great success using the operating system, comparing it to the awesome power of the Logestar 6K and the sheer inventiveness of the obscure Evil OS.
Revision 1.0 was a rough patchwork of code, providing a framework for the current 3.0 revision which boasts full compatibility with all significant hardware. Jumpsuit OS 3.0 allows a more customizable environment, including a new "Processor Slack" feature that allows you to select the amount of processes to "waste" on simple things like calculating pi in the background or scanning the net for web pages with lots of hi-res jpegs on slow servers.
The Slack feature runs all the time, no matter what you're doing. Try it while working on those 300dpi 24-bit color photos in Photoshop and you'll see the disk cache efficiency drop by at least %50. This in turn makes the user have to wait more often, promoting trips to the fridge, bathroom, or neighbors. It works and the developers are proud of it.
Nerd Berg (Chief Officer of Development and Donuts) has worked long and hard with the coding team to be able to provide the new 3.0 release.
Here's a list of the popular features in Jumpsuit OS 3.0
Each revision is painstakingly tested and supervised by Jumpsuit Boy himself. Jumpsuit Boy is Chief Scientist and Technology Supervisor at Jumpsuit Technologies, providing that human touch that makes the GUI the worst in the business.
Click here for some official Jumpsuit OS 3.0 screenshots.
Click here to access the Jumpsuit Technologies home page.