|27 September 2009, 11:40||#4|
Join Date: Jun 2006
Cool guide - Ive done this before the only difference is I ran Windows apps with WinLaunch - Would this ruin the Amiga experience for you?
A setup like this is a good alternative to other Amiga OS.
Anyway nice guide
|27 September 2009, 11:45||#5|
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Rome / Italy
Could be a nice implementation for the one who need, for example, a modern browser!
Depends on the flavour if this can ruin the Amiga experience or not. For me, since I made that thing, tested intensively, and modded the case one or two weeks ago I never rolled back to Windows, maybe because I don't use facebook or youtube so AmigaOS 3.1 fits perfectly my needs
But as I say... why not?
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