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Of course the OS would need a new name if it ran on x86, unless it were to only utilise a small subset of the x86 instruction set. (Would cross assembly utilise a restriced set of instructions?)

What I would dislike would be if a move to x86 were as a replacement to RISC (as with Apple) as opposed to an alternative that runs in parallel.

 is a RISC OS Userjess on 31/08/06 12:30AM
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