MacOS meets RISC OS with Mark Stephens & WROCC – 7th June

RISC OS has always been a nice operating system to use, with some user interface (UI) features that set it apart from the competition, but we all know that it can also be frustrating to use because of the many features and facilities it lacks – which is why, for most users, it has to be used alongside (or under emulation on) computers running something else. This means that for RISC OS to continue to be useful, not only does it need to stand out with its UI, but it…

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Chris Hall brings a little speed to the next Wakefield meeting

Wait, officer, no, that’s definitely not what I meant! Computer technology in general tends to improve in a number of areas, with newer machines sporting any or all of more memory, greater storage, and faster processing speeds – although equal developments in the software that runs on them, to make use of those improvements, can sometimes mean the end user doesn’t necessarily notice the gains that have been made.

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