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Old 13 March 2009, 14:05   #90
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There's plenty of good stuff. The way it presents disks is very good, beating out the simplistic CP/M-derived system that still plagues Windows and the "lets pretend all your disks are one big one" system of *nix. ARexx is also very well done. Datatypes are still basically unmatched anywhere else in their usefulness and awesomeness. BOOPSI and the ability to add widgets to the the system so easily is also pretty cool. Personally I view even the lack of memory protection as a feature: it DRASTICALLY reduces the overhead involved with system, allowing for higher performance. The only real weak points are the crappy USB support and the crappy printing system.
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