Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 6th Aug 2009 14:22 UTC, submitted by Christian Rosentreter
Morphos The team behind MorphOS has just announced the release of MorphOS 2.3 for the PowerPC-based platforms, the Pegasos and the Efika. This new release comes with a lot of bug fixes and performance improvements, but also packs a number of new features.
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As an OS, I prefer MOS to AOS4.1 . I have both AmigaOS4.1 and MOS 2.3 installed on my OpenDesktop Workstation and have tested both of them extensively. MOS is much faster booting (about 4 seconds) than OS4 (about 40 seconds)and the interface is much snappier, better looking, and more intuitive. It also has the advantage of better USB support. OS4 has the nostalgia factor and looks very much like OS3.x. I'd switch over to MOS completely if not for the lack of some software that I just can't do without, namely, AmiCygnix. If MOS had a modern office suite instead of forcing me to rely on old 68K office software, I'd remove OS4 entirely. Origyn Web Browser (OWB) has progressed by leaps and bounds for MOS, recently adding flash video support. Adding a Google Gears plugin to OWB would be something that would help both AOS and MOS as far as modern office software. I hope my patience will pay off.

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