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arawnsley: However, the Mac world has two counter examples: Both the move from 68k to PPC and the move from MacOS 9 to X included software to allow continued use of old versions of software for free, and when new versions came along that ran natively, you got bags of new features too, which were then charged for.

Something makes me think that if something like Aemulor was packaged with the Iyonix, its uptake would have been somewhat quicker.

 is a RISC OS Usernunfetishist on 4/11/04 5:57PM
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