|[Web] RISC OS vs. AmigaOS||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 03-May-2004 03:42 GMT by Ronald St-Maurice||22 comments|
Are we so dissimilar?
If you asked us to list the troubling issues facing the RISC OS platform right now, the lack of more modern hardware support and the OS development split between Castle and RISCOS Ltd. would probably be there, right at the top, beating other problems like the USB split between Castle and Simtec and the gradual slowdown in software development...
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|Comment 1||Ole-Egil||03-May-2004 11:07 GMT|
|Comment 2||Sammy Nordström||03-May-2004 12:25 GMT|
|Comment 3||itix||03-May-2004 13:04 GMT|
|Comment 4||pixie||03-May-2004 13:09 GMT|
|Comment 5||Amon_Re||Registered user||03-May-2004 13:27 GMT|
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|Posted by JKD on 03-May-2004 13:44 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 3 (itix):|
Honestly have no clue if the former Acorn machines even had a market outside the UK....would be unsurprising if most of the rest of the world had little clue what an Acorn Risc Machine was...
The ARM stuff was awesome way back when Opost home computer revolutio (BBC MIcro, Sinclair ZX81, Spectrum, Vic20, C64 et al.) but I think it was a 'solution' without a market.
I'd be tempted to suggest that the only difference between RiscOS and AmigaOS is the number of users still active.
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