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The Icon Bar: News and features: 32 bit RISC OS Explained
 

32 bit RISC OS Explained

Posted by Andrew Poole on 16:40, 17/10/2002 | , , ,
 
With all the excitement this morning when Castle Technology announced the IYONIX PC, Peter "Chocky" Naulls has written an article on riscos.info about RISC OS and 32 bit technology and how it all came about.

In his article, Peter explains "There has been a great deal of confusion over 32-bit in RISC OS over recent months Not least, because of its technical nature, and secondly, because of the spin put on it by various parties."

So why not head on over to the article on riscos.info and find out what 32 bits can do for the RISC OS world.

Source: Drobe
 

  32 bit RISC OS Explained
  mfrissen (18:45 17/10/2002)
  takkaria (19:17 17/10/2002)
    takkaria (20:28 17/10/2002)
      pnaulls (10:05 18/10/2002)
        epistaxsis@work:( (12:24 18/10/2002)
          Timothy609 (18:04 27/10/2002)
 
Marco Frissen Message #91338, posted by mfrissen at 18:45, 17/10/2002
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as usual, Peter describes the issue detailed, but understandable for the not-too-geeky among us.
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Andrew Sidwell Message #91339, posted by takkaria at 19:17, 17/10/2002, in reply to message #91338
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"IYONIX PC which boasts RISC OS 5 and 32 bits"

What are you on about?

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Andrew Sidwell Message #91340, posted by takkaria at 20:28, 17/10/2002, in reply to message #91339
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Shame you can't delete articles you posted.
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Peter Naulls Message #91341, posted by pnaulls at 10:05, 18/10/2002, in reply to message #91340
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takk so silly
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keith dunlop Message #91342, posted by epistaxsis@work:( at 12:24, 18/10/2002, in reply to message #91341
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Thanking you Mr. Naulls for a nice doc.

Looks much more hopeful.

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Tim Firmager Message #91343, posted by Timothy609 at 18:04, 27/10/2002, in reply to message #91342
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Sounds great...no honest it does

but when will it be released 1 year? 2 years? (doubtful hopefully)

all i can say is good luck to them :)

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