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Why you should use a PC at work instead of RISC OS: Read and learn

By Chris Williams. Published: 13th May 12:42:41 | Permalink | Printable

While surfing earlier today, this editor stumbled across this amusing, tongue in cheek stab at those who need to rationalise why using Windows 98 at work is better than installing a network of RISC OS machines. Enjoy.

Why a PC is better for work than an Acorn


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