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"The only way around that is to increase the user base, for example by porting it to new, cheap, hardware."

And why would people want to move to an OS with no Javascript, Flash and Java-enabled browser worth using, with no video media playing, and a host of other things?

As for what would be required for hardware multithreading, a whole bunch of hardware would be required. So what? I don't see why you keep going on about that.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 27/5/09 6:52AM
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