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RISCOS Ltd. unveil new look website

By Chris Williams. Published: 24th Mar 22:09:01 | Permalink | Printable

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RISCOS Ltd., the developers and publishers of the desktop incarnation of RISC OS, have given their website a make over. There's been a general tidy up and an overall improvement in the site appearance. There is also a new "Search this site" facility.

www.riscos.com

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