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Damned impressive sales figures I'd say. I expect the majority of that lot is schools who have been forced to switch to PC's, or people who want a RO laptop.

I would definitely pay 70ukp for a Linux version, although that's not done yet - I heard a Mac version will be done first? I don't use Windows enough these days to justify buying the Windows version, I guess I could run it under VMWare.

Come to think of it I sold my RiscPC's with all my RISC OS software anyway, might still have my RedSquirrel images somewhere....

I'd love a VirtualAcorn that allowed you to use any OS like the RedSquirrel Dev version ;)

 is a RISC OS Usersimo on 20/8/05 2:36PM
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