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Posted on 02-May-2000 19:59 GMT by Christian Kemp24 comments
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Tony Pascoal noticed on amiga-news.de that Be News has a poll that also features the Amiga. The question is The next Operating System I would like to try out soon will be, and one of the possible answers is ElateOS/Amiga. As of right now, 23.90% out of 1433 voters thought the Amiga was their number one choice. When I checked 200 voters earlier, we were still at place #4.
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Posted by Jofre Furtado on 02-May-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Watts Martin):
The GUI, I think, was made to look like the Aiga a little- much like PowerOS, but but BeOS is actually, from what what I hear, based on the MacOS. The creator was a former Apple employee and liked the Amiga- Anyway, I think he took ideas from the Amiga architecture and added it to MacOS though. I may stand corrected, but that's what I heard...
As far as the new OS's- everyone will be running LINUX and JAVA appliacation, period. The Elate/Amiga OS will be the only one able to provide support for both; therefore, if Amiga actually comes out with something, I think they should be the one to go for. I want quality and ease of use (not too easy, the Mac makes me feel like it's treating me like I have a fraction of a brain).
Everyone- go for quality... Amiga has always been on top when that was an issue and it will rock all industries with not only its portability, but its speed, various support in LINUX and JAVA and its ability to be hosted on other OS's.
#21 Teemu I. Yliselš
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