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Old 12 March 2010, 00:37   #1
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stay proud and active

remain enthusiastic about the amiga,
are you really happy with the other os ?
For me not ....
For me, the Amiga is popular in your heart and even more for people in the dark, believe me, because the Amiga had not yet found a valid replacement.
Please continue to support it and buy for those who can the amiga one x 1000. the pc win a fight but not yet the war .... plaease continue the war and be proud to be an amiga user.
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Old 12 March 2010, 01:03   #2
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the Amiga is even more popular for people in the dark
Thanx turrican3. Now I know why it is for people from countries in which the subarctic winter is the longest that the Amiga is the most popular platform .
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Old 12 March 2010, 01:07   #3
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A full OS switch would be impossible for me without AmigaOne offering something as good as WinUAE (or better, if possible) for backwards compatibility. If that can be arranged, I'm sold
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Old 12 March 2010, 10:10   #4
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Please continue to support it and buy for those who can the amiga one x 1000. the pc win a fight but not yet the war .... plaease continue the war and be proud to be an amiga user.
This request reminded me of...



(as do most of the other requests like this)

If the X1000 is top notch, gets a good software support and includes a 100% backward compatibility it doesn't need any 'virtual' support. If not... well, don't see why anybody should buy it then. I always like to think of the Miggy as an carnivore that keeps being awesome
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Old 12 March 2010, 10:15   #5
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Please continue to support it and buy for those who can the amiga one x 1000.
Can you give me any reason why I should buy it? Except for the obvious "Amiga is the best!!!!111" of course.
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Old 12 March 2010, 10:22   #6
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I have a big Amiga sticker on my MOS Mac Mini :P Is this legal ?? Hahaha
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Old 12 March 2010, 11:58   #7
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Old 12 March 2010, 12:48   #8
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remain enthusiastic about the amiga.
Always have been, always wil be
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are you really happy with the other os ?
For me not ....
From Win 98 to win 7, disaster
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For me, the Amiga is popular in your heart and even more for people in the dark, believe me, because the Amiga had not yet found a valid replacement.
Please continue to support it and buy for those who can the amiga one x 1000. the pc win a fight but not yet the war .... plaease continue the war and be proud to be an amiga user.
Very true, a replacement wil never be in order. I guess the war wont be over until a whole new concept of computer hardware is arived.
its waiting for Amiga Inc to die and new and way better guy / company takes over who wil Amiga to the future proud.
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Very true, a replacement wil never be in order. I guess the war wont be over until a whole new concept of computer hardware is arived.
its waiting for Amiga Inc to die and new and way better guy / company takes over who wil Amiga to the future proud.
Dude, there is no war. Not sure there ever was one. All the best for whatever comes, but it's just going to be a fan based niche solution anyway.
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Old 12 March 2010, 12:55   #10
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What ever Amiga brings for the future - New Hardware, WinUae updates, WHDload Patches,Classic or modern im sure ill have some intrest

Edit: Unless I get the perfect nympho girlfriend then ill probably forget it in a second
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Old 12 March 2010, 13:00   #11
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From Win 98 to win 7, disaster
XP is a pretty good OS imo in its present incarnation (i.e. SP3). It's very reliable (I tend not to surf dodgy sites or download dodgy torrents) and has far less bloat that Vista/7. Although I do like some of the features in 7....

I'm sat on the fence about the x1000. It isn't a true Amiga, just has the name.

C=Amiga will always be my first love
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Old 12 March 2010, 15:02   #13
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I'm very pleased with XP Pro, fast, stable, potentially safe (if you know how to close the ports plus what and what not to run) and compatible with pretty much everything, even some ancient DOS and Win31 software, but it's a pain in the arse to maintain. You got to do quite a deal of modifications to remove the clutter and get it to work the way you want.

With Amiga it was entirely different, WB kicked enough arse out of the box and that's one of the many things I miss
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