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0:00The origin of SerenityOS as a personal therapy project combining the Unix command line and a 1990s-style graphical desktop interface
0:00The origin of SerenityOS as a personal therapy project combining the Unix command line and a 1990s-style graphical desktop interface
0:00The origin of SerenityOS as a personal therapy project combining the Unix command line and a 1990s-style graphical desktop interface
0:59Kernel state exposed as JSON files
0:59Kernel state exposed as JSON files
0:59Kernel state exposed as JSON files
2:11Browsing the web1,2
2:11Browsing the web1,2
2:11Browsing the web1,2
2:51Web browser sandboxing
2:51Web browser sandboxing
2:51Web browser sandboxing
3:14Full-system profiling
3:14Full-system profiling
3:14Full-system profiling
4:16Memory debugging with UserspaceEmulator
4:16Memory debugging with UserspaceEmulator
4:16Memory debugging with UserspaceEmulator
5:30Want to know more?3,4
5:30Want to know more?3,4
5:30Want to know more?3,4