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I can't see how this can be bad news, but I hope we're not kidding ourselves about how 'good' it is - ie the extent to which it will spark a new wave of development for the OS. If it generates more interest in commercial and cross-platform use that will be great, but I wonder if other more developed systems (WindowsCE, Linux etc) haven't already occupied a lot of that ground.

Incidentally, how do you get hold of Browse? I've never seen it available for purchase or download.

 is a RISC OS Userbstewart on 30/09/06 6:41PM
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