Elowan wrote:So I need to upgrade from 3.3 to the latest and greatest
Elowan wrote:OS4.1 feels so good to use, no distractions like on most modern desktop UI, you can poke around and see, what´s what.
A pitty, it just runs on such small number of hardware-choices!
Hyperion should really think of "thinking different"
thomasrapp wrote:WinUAE consists just of one .exe file. You can up/down/sidegrade forth and back simply by exchanging the winuae.exe or winuae64.exe file. Or run renamed winuaexxx.exe files with different versions from the same directory.
Elowan wrote:tonyw wrote:Hyperion is not a hardware company, any more than Microsoft is. They/we can only port the OS to devices for which they/we have hardware documentation.
Our core developers spend a lot of their time porting the system to new hardware, more than the time spent on upgrading the system. A necessary priority is to support the hardware designers and manufacturers that keep our platform going. That is one reason why we don't try to port it to (for instance) an X86 platform. Another is that such a platform would only exist for a couple of years, then we would have to start again.
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