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One thing that's worth remembering was that it wasning CTL who 32bited RISC OS - it was Pace. And Pace had a good reason to convert to 32bit. They sold many STBs running it. I imagine many more than exists in the desktop market for RISC OS at all. It's all just scales of economy. If Pace hadn't converted to 32bit, I doubt CTL would have been that interested in buying it. (Not *not* interested, just less so.)

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