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It's 26bit only, as it should be, and as ROL have previously stated. There is no reason to have a 32bit OS on a RiscPC and indeed the largest reason NOT to be 32bit is that much hardware [podules] would not work.

 is a RISC OS Userimj on 25/11/06 2:12PM
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