Sorry hit preview with Netsurf and it added before I completed.
Anyway, If people wish to continue with older hardware then fine but don't complain that certain features are not in RISC Os when those features may require newer and faster hardware to make them effective. There are obviously certain apps that can still be developed using the older hardware and I wouldn't advocate stopping those but there does come a time when things have to move on or else if we didn't we would all still be living in a far less technolical advance society. Like VHS the RISCPC has had it's day and a good one at that but now it is in the twilight of it's product lifecycle.
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Star Fighter 3000: The Next Generation review Star Fighter 3000: The Next Generation was born from the 3D0 version of the original SF3K that was ported back to RISC OS and this year freed from programmers' hard discs for the platform to enjoy, writes Andrew Weston. In this review Andrew weighs up much-improved graphics and sound against playability and stability. 19 comments, latest by AW on 9/12/08 8:45PM. Published: 17 Nov 2008