Originally Posted by Locutus
.....what for? why?
Because 68k+fastram+chipset can do better than AOS3. That's not to say I really need this to happen, it's hypothetical. Would make for a nice test project, just to see what's really possible.
Originally Posted by meynaf
It can't work well with existing hardware simply because it'll necessarily be more bloat than regular AOS - or else you won't have the features you wish, like full memory protection. Things have a cost.
I don't want it to be like Windows 10
Basically the idea is to do what AOS3 does, but better and faster.
As for full memory protection, I've already explained how I want full memory protection to be an option that can be turned on and off at will, where the main purpose is development (an important part of an OS). Just Enforcer slows things down already. Not to a crawl, but still.