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Swadee Reading all of this won't necessarily get you much further :o)

The advantages of a given version of an OS vs another one depend often on your usage pattern.

I went as far as RO4.37 and found no real obvious advantages for me over RO4.02 (or indeed RO3.7). Improvements in speed seem very slight and incremental rather than a big leap the Iyonix made.

Other people have different requirements from an OS use different applications and hence find Select/Adjust much better than older versions of RISC OS.

As usual YMMV ;o)

For me the OS version is not the problem, a lack of support for certain file formats is the biggest problem.

 is a RISC OS Userblahsnr on 16/4/05 10:50AM
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