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RISCOS is an excellent OS, but totally out of it's league on the desktop, in terms of quality of software, power and value for money, RISC OS would be better off taking on WindowsCE and other embedded systems. As for RISCOS Ltd, they have delivered very little but have little incentive to produce a 32-bit OS when the likes of Riscstation will not even produce a StrongARM machine, let alone Xscale.

 is a RISC OS User on 31/7/01 7:31PM
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