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Old 04 October 2007, 17:50   #52
Minuous
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Yes, there are things you can't do on an Amiga, but that is just because the AmigaOS version of the software has not been written and/or because the hardware that AmigaOS is being run on is underpowered for the task. Neither of these is a problem with AmigaOS itself.

Clearly OS3.9 is the best operating system when compared against Windoze, Linux, etc. if it is run on comparably spec'd hardware and running programs for which native AmigaOS versions are available.
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