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In reply to rdenk144:

RISC OS 4 is 32 bit in the sense it runs on a 32 bit processor. RISC OS 5 makes the leap into running the Operating System in 32 bit mode (not 26 bit legacy mode). As this is not present on 'newer,faster' processors its a critical update. RISC OS has always been 32 bit in the sense its a 32 bit architecture....

 is a RISC OS Usermarkee174 on 10/7/04 9:45PM
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