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New to RISC OS? We have found the answer...

By Chris Williams. Published: 29th Sep 13:44:49 | Permalink | Printable

ProAction have developed a CD-ROM that will introduce new RISC OS users to the world of RISC OS.
RISC OS Explorer is priced from 12.50 and covers information for beginners and suggested applications and hardware as well as other items of worth.

Email ProAction for more information and details on how to order.

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