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With many schools moving from Acorn machines to Apple I have always thought that VirtualRiscPC would have a lot of appeal in the education market. Perhaps a bundle targetting schools with discounts a class set and a selection of good educational software might spark some interest. Just thinking out loud here.

I'm not sure if I understand this correctly, but VirtualRiscPC comes with RISC OS 4.39 and so you need to subscribe to RISC OS Select to latest version? I understand that Select is funded by subscribers and I don't want to start a flame war but wouldn't it make sense to include the latest OS?

Aaron is one of those people who has put his heart and soul into RISC OS over many years and I hope it pays off for him.

 is a RISC OS Userstevek on 21/4/08 8:01AM
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