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Jaco: You can move a small number of programs around in Windows if you keep the shortcuts updated, but applications like MS Office and Photoshop will break if you move them, due to paths stored in the registry.

I've used VNC on RISC OS, and I've found the Remote Desktop client that is available to be excellent - very easy to use.

Windows does have a lot of great apps available, but there is no decent free text editor (please don't mention the awful XEmacs)! Please correct me if I'm wrong.

 is a RISC OS Userksattic on 09/08/04 6:38PM
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