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Posted on 27-Jun-2003 23:32 GMT by Mike Bouma45 comments
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AmigaWorld.net has posted three new screenshots of AmigaOS4. Various well known classic Amiga titles including SnoopDOS and DirectoryOpus are shown running while using the new highly customizable interface and anti-aliased fonts. For today 'AmigaOS 4 on Tour' events are planned for Austria and Sweden. Earlier this week I wrote a report of last week's Swiss event.
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Latest Official AmigaOS4 screenshots : Comment 15 of 45ANN.lu
Posted by Man on the moon on 28-Jun-2003 14:04 GMT
When the phuq will you people stop dreaming and start open your eyes?
Hey, please turn on your brains, what of all those boring snapshots you saw is real? All that we know now is that - yawn - there is an AmigaOS 3.9 with an updated gui.
OS4 is running (how much fast? how stable? no one knows) on classic Amigas, which incidentally have real 68k and custom chips, equipped with CyberstormPPC: without them OS4 won't even boot.
Please stop spreading those damn lame screenshots (btw, hey Mr. Hermans: OS4 runs in 800x600 mode only?!) and give us sumthing REAL to play with.
#16 Don Cox #17 Leo #23 Anonymous #24 Samface
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