Monthly Archives: July 2014

Fundraising to support our software developers

We all want more software, but with so few users there is simply no market to make them. Since the software developers can’t make any real money out of it, they have to sacrifice their own free time to make us … Continue reading

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5 different word processors

[Edit] 140726: Fixed one wrongly placed picture. There are some things that are essential for an OS if you want to turn it into your main system. One is a reliable and fast web browser. With MorhOS 3.3 it did … Continue reading

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Grunch, Crabum and GenesisPlus 1.7

[Edit] 140721: Some minor corrections. 140724: Added a download link to CRABUM. Put the “edits” at the top. So, you have installed MorphOS and want to start using software. There are several ways to do this. One is to go to … Continue reading

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OT: Amiga Forum mentioned in Trevor’s blog

Trevor Dickinson is the co-founder of A-EON Technologies and a true Amiga enthousiast, regardless of flavour. In his latest blog post, he mentions another project of mine: the Swedish printed Amiga magazine AMIGA FORUM. I have been doing this magazine for … Continue reading

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My MorphOS Systems

Today we are going to take a quick look at my MorphOS systems. The picture above shows my computer space. It’s cramped, but very functional. I currently have 5 MorphOS compatible systems (3 are registered): A PowerMac dual core 2.7 … Continue reading

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What is the appeal of MorphOS?

If you come from an Amiga background and want to know about the similarities and differences between AmigaOS 3.1 and MorphOS, I recommend you to read the guide: MorphOS in 5 minutes – a brief introduction for users familiar with … Continue reading

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The very beginning: The long story of the Amiga

In the beginning, there was Jay It all started with Jay Miner (1932‒1994). He was the special chips guy at Atari when they where still the undisputed king of the gaming industry in the late 1970’s. He made the TIA chip … Continue reading

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