Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 3rd May 2007 23:27 UTC
RISC OS "Paul Middleton just emailed to let us know that RISC OS SelectInfo 4 Issue 2 is now available to download to any RISC OS Select subscriber who renewed their subscription on or after January 1st 2006. In the PR, Paul Middleton says: "Select 4 and its underlying RISC OS Six technology represents over 10 man years of development which has taken RISC OS 4 from its 26 bit version to its new fully 32 bit neutral source version.""
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by predictor on Fri 4th May 2007 01:52 UTC
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...but is RISC OS even remotely relevant for anything but the most sworn enthusiast these days? Just asking.

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by helf on Fri 4th May 2007 03:53 UTC in reply to "Nice..."
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probably not... but why do people ask these questions? they just ignite flame wars. specially with the way you worded it.

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by hhcv on Fri 4th May 2007 06:40 UTC in reply to "RE: Nice..."
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Thing is.. many of us are new to these alternative operating systems... and don't really know how they are being used.

I think it is perfectly fine to ask these sorts of questions (even with a trolling tone). Just maybe somebody will stand up, answer the question and we'll all be better off for having had the question asked.


I just wish people would lighten up a bit.

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by Kroc on Fri 4th May 2007 09:33 UTC in reply to "Nice..."
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What relevance has this to the article in question? RISC OS Select 4 Issue 2 is available for RISC OS users, not Windows users with an urge to mock niche operating systems.

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by Gone fishing on Fri 4th May 2007 05:03 UTC
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If you enjoy the OS, and can get your work done. I have to admit that when I last used the OS I liked it.

Oh and has anyone ever seen RISC OS malware?

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by Coxy on Fri 4th May 2007 06:29 UTC in reply to "Why not..."
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There were viruses and a virus killer. There wasn't much chance of actually getting a virus though!

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