Banners you can use to link to the FreeDOS web site:

  • Free power Free power, by Alexander Kramer
  • Come to feel free Come to feel free, by Alexander Kramer
  • Meant to be free Meant to be free, by Steve Nickolas
  • Come to feel free Come to feel free, by Ben Rouner
  • Come to feel free Come to feel free, by Ben Rouner
  • What do you want to boot today What do you want to boot today, by Benjamin Teugels
  • Boring? Boring?, by Etelain Julien
  • The chains are broken The chains are broken, by W0rm
  • Feel the power of freedom Feel the power of freedom, by Pedro Carvalho Ramilo
  • Have you tried it yet Have you tried it yet, by Jim Hall
  • And you thought DOS was dead And you thought DOS was dead, by Jim Hall
  • DOS? Learn why! DOS? Learn why, by Jim Hall
  • Learn why it's cool Learn why it's cool, by Jim Hall
  • FreeDOS protester Protester, by unknown
  • FreeDOS shiny Shiny, by Toni aka Shin0gu
  • I want my DOS back I want my DOS back, by unknown
  • Want to know what freedom means Want to know what freedom means, by Pedro C. Ramilo
  • Welcome to the revival Welcome to the revival, by Luke
  • Microsoft-DOS killer Microsoft DOS killer, by Luke
  • Welcome tothe revival (Flash) Welcome to the revival / Microsoft DOS killer (Flash), by Luke*
  • Welcome to the future Welcome to the future, by Phil Harper
  • C:\DOS\FREE | FREE\DOS\FREE DOS prompt, by JJL
  • Free your DOS Free your DOS, by Larry Carlile
  • Got DOS? Got DOS?, by Neato
  • The OS that makes you happy The OS that makes you happy, by Tarik Armay
  • Breaking the Wintel barrier Breaking the Wintel barrier, by Charles Reno
  • keyword: free Keyword: free, by W0rm
  • Liberty at last Liberty at last, by Adam French
  • What's a blue screen? What's a blue screen?, by Mike Green
  • It makes Linus jealous It makes Linus jealous, by Mike Green
  • A speedy OS that fits on a floppy A speedy OS that fits on a floppy, by Mike Green
  • Not your father's old DOS Not your father's old DOS, by Colin Elliott
  • Power without the price Power without the price, by Lynx
  • Remember when Remember when, by Neato
  • The DOS that runs free The DOS that runs free, by W0rm
  • The DOS that runs free The DOS that runs free, by W0rm
  • Small but powerful Small by powerful, by Owen Rudge
  • DOS the way it should be DOS the way it should be, by Louis P. Santillan
  • FreeDOS, oh yeah baby Oh yeah baby, by Steve Mueske