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In reply to Jaffa: "RISC OS 6, free for end-users, running on RiscPCs is an appealing prospect, given the RPC still makes up the majority of current hardware."

I wouldn't be too sure that RPC makes up the majority. There could be many, many, many more people who, just like I, dumped the anomaly in favour of the Iyonix



 is a RISC OS UserIke on 01/10/06 02:02AM
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