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Firefox is quite usable on an iyonix. On a risc pc it is too slow for general use, but having it available as an option would be useful for those odd occasions.

I can quite see that not having it available on slow machines while it is being developed is very desirable.

druck: My Risc PC is only twice as old as my Iyonix and not much older than the oldest Iyonixes, if I had bought it new, I doubt I would have purchased an Iyonix. I suspect there are quite a few people with RPCs that are relatively new who can't justify an Iyonix.

(And I do know that some of the I/O is on a par with a 286 PC)

 is a RISC OS Userjess on 02/01/07 1:50PM
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