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What exactly are you trying to argue anyway? A 32-bit OS is pointless, so ROOL should stop?

Whatever you are trying to argue, you surely cannot be saying that RISC OS needs more support when you're sat there with hardware which is around two decades old and insisting that there is no need to upgrade any of it.

 is a RISC OS Useradh1003 on 26/5/09 10:08AM
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