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Old 11 December 2015, 09:46   #7
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You can install AROS as the main OS on your PC, or even set it up to dual boot with Linux or other OSes. It can be somewhat tricky to set up like that, but there are guides online that can help you. Bear in mind that hardware support doesn't cover everything, so you'll need a supported graphics card if you want to run anything other than VESA modes for example, though it should run on most machines. If you have a spare machine (or a spare hard drive for your existing PC), it's no harm to try. You can also try it booting from a Live CD, but it'll feel quite slow compared to a proper installation.
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