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Old 13 November 2007, 16:17   #153
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Indeed, it does, but sometimes if you want to do something different or stand aside from the crowd, you have to pay that bit more.

Amiga OS is a small volume OS, it has virtually no userbase, (if you compare it to the existing Windows userbase) so, unfortunately you are gonna have to pay a premium. After all, you cannot buy a brand new mac for $100 either.

Windows is excellent at what it does, but AOS has the fun factor.

Edit: Well, for me it does.
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