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To Sawadee & Gulli: the PowerPC chip is, and has been, a better desktop option than any contemporary ARM chip, including the S/ARM, which is why Acorn briefly flirted with the idea of porting RISC OS to it in the mid-90s. That's not to say the same of Mac OS >9 however!

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