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Old 31 July 2008, 00:38   #43
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Originally Posted by cv643d View Post
Off course, if you grew up with an A500 with 0.5 mb extra memory and an extra floppy + 250 pirated floppies (including your Workbench discs overwritten with pirated games) you are not going to see the point in this.
That description doesn't describe me and I don't see this point.

But to accept that Vista/Ubuntu and OSX is the best there is - is just absurd!
Best is a subjective term.

Ubuntu is nice, Windows is Windows but I firmly believe a souped up AmigaOS on any modern platform could easely knock out OSX as a better operating system in many aspects.
You do realize that OS X is for the most part a GUI (Aqua) that sits on top of a FreeBSD-like OS, right? Want to have a pointless debate about inits?

if you fail to see that, it is quite clear (at least to me) to see who of us here are more hardcore Amiga enthusiasts than others by peoples reaction to an updated AmigaOS that could lead to modern Amigas becoming a viable option (and an effective and fun computer to work with) again.
What modern Amigas? Viable option? I fear you're not joking. Swap the word "hardcore" in the above with "deluded" and you'll be closer to reality.
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