You can check the version of OpenBSD you are using by running the command
in a terminal window.
This will output the kernel version, operating system name, and release number.
OpenBSD is a Unix-like operating system, which can theoretically be used as a regular desktop operating system,
such as Windows or Apple. Very few regular software manufacturers offer their products for this operating system,
and so the few who swear by it often sacrifice being able to download many apps they otherwise might be able to.
What gives then? We will detail it further in the article, but essentially OpenBSD is arguably the most secure
operating system there is, and so people setting up servers or protecting highly confidential data may use OpenBSD
for their purposes. BSD stands for Berkeley Software Distribution, meaning that the operating system was developed
and is maintained by the prestigious institution of UCBerkeley.