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hEgelia, It's still a 26 bit version, though perhaps is a step on the way towards the 32bit version.

em2ac, interesting, though can I check if you mean RISC OS 3.80 or window manager 3.8? Versions of NCOS did come with wimp 3.83, 3.87 and 3.92 though RISC OS 3.80 itself comes with Wimp 3.99. I've seen NCOS boxes that network loaded most of the desktop parts of 3.6, so it's possible that it could load OS 3.80 parts, but given how secretive Acorn were being about 3.80 in the run up to the RPC2 launch I'd be surprised if it ended up at a school.

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