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The only way to go is to port Mozilla Firebird or a simular popular open software project to Risc-OS. That way you always will have updates.

Get Opera to launch a Risc-OS version would be great but it's very unlikely they would do that even though they have ARM versions. Another low chance posibility is to get an embedded version of Risc-OS so that the scale of operation (mobiles) gets large enough for Risc-OS browsers to get more development.

 is a RISC OS UserJaco on 5/4/04 2:12PM
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