From what I've heard, FreeBSD has no GUIs. Out of sheer curiosity, without even reading the handbook, I installed it onto a CD, then ran it. Only a terminal.
Naturally, I was confused. So I look around and see that it's not supposed to have GUIs. (How to get to the GUI)
Then I look at the handbook, and..
FreeBSD is designed to provide a robust and full-featured environment for applications. It supports a wide variety of web browsers, office suites, email readers, graphics programs, programming environments, network servers, and much more.
I'm very confused. What am I missing here?