Commodore OS beta

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  1. anonymous123

    anonymous123 MDL Novice

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  2. free1975yuly

    free1975yuly MDL Expert

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    What is Commodore? I will google it...:p
     
  3. moka12345

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    virus tbh , sad really.
     
  4. alextheg

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    Wow ! The return of the C64 eh ? I started my computer life with a C16 and moved on to an Atari ST. The good old days :eek: Remember how frustrating it was to get 20 minutes + into loading a game from a cassette , for it only to fail at the last minute. Oh and the screechy noise it used to make when loading :eek::eek:
     
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  7. x86

    x86 MDL Addicted

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    Yeah, back in those days it was probably the equivalent of a dual-layer Blu-Ray recorder. And compared to the cassette (i.e. the FDD), it probably was :D
     
  8. bowleedz

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    An old C64/128 & amiga500/atari520st user I am, so let's dig up that old topic (2 months old it's not that bad !!)
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    you can find the new beta iso releases on commodoreusa download page

    thanks anonymous123 and sebus for the links, a blueray reader and a QuadCore i7 in a C64 box OMG (/me shivers) :D
     
  9. Missile

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    I'll have to check this out. I started out with Apple II's and a Commodore 64.
     
  10. xebex

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    Hehehe.... you guys are dating yourselves :) I started out on an Altair 8080, went up to an Atari 800, Apple II, VIC 20, C-64, C-128, then Z80 based CP/M machines, and finally MS-DOS. Haven't stopped to look back. Never did the Amiga. I decided to jump to IBM compatibles. The things I could do on a C-64.... whew!
    XebeX
     
  11. zen45

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    lets see hmmmm vic 20,commodore 64, commodore 128, amiga, ahhh and the 1meg hard drive and all those 64k games sniff sniff lol and im going the same way
    i looked into the mirror and couldnt find the guy i remembered playing the vic 20 it was some old guy :eek: