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In all seriousness, I cannot see a future for RISC OS on native hardware. Porting RISC OS and associated apps to other hardware would be the better thing to do, but I think that line of reasoning has been done to death.

I'm generally happy with an RISC OS emulator as long as it runs what I want and is fast enough on my Athlon XP 2500 box so that the RISC OS experience is not detracted from in any way.

 is a RISC OS Userterrahawk on 28/3/06 12:55PM
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