Originally Posted by Merlin
I can't recall what Atari's GUI was called right now and it would only be being pedantic to find out what it was called anyway, since it doesn't change the overall argument, as I was talking about OS competition in the general sense, irrespective of if it was GUI, WYSIWYG, or a DOS type environment.
Ataris GUI was called GEM, and it was (is) available for x86 too, as well as a few embedded solutions.
Embedded is a good market for old GUI:s since they usually have a small footprint and low requirements of resources.
C64 had a GUI I never had the chance to test, GEOS.
Does anyone know how usable it was?
I guess it wasn't multitasking...