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flibble: So, although they aren't anywhere near as small as RISC OS, Linux and Mac should go the same way. I don't know about programming either of them, but if it's economics alone you may as well ignore them and go for Windows too.

Of course, there's less competition for RISC OS, so if you write a decent bit of software you've got a good chance of selling it to someone.

 is a RISC OS UserSimonC on 17/05/06 2:47PM
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