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retrofaza 
AROS x86 - monthly recap
Posted on 26-Dec-2023 9:22:07
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Hello,
I would like to invite you to read my latest blog post, in which I summarize the most important and interesting AROS-related events that took place in December 2023. I hope this summary will encourage you to continue exploring and supporting AROS :)

https://arosnews.github.io/aros-x86-december-2023/

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Re: AROS x86 - monthly recap
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Re: AROS x86 - monthly recap
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I made a small summary of events in the world of AROS that took place in January, I invite you to read :)

https://arosnews.github.io/aros-x86-january-2024/

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Another month and a summary. As usual, there was a lot going on :)

https://arosnews.github.io/aros-x86-february-2024/

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@retrofaza

I have an ASUS Z97M Plus in storage and an MSI MPower Z77 instead of an ASUS P8Z68-V LX (Sandybridge-Ivybridge era) and Gigabyte GA-MA770T UD3/UD3P (AM3 era).

My MSI MPower Z77 has a mod'ed BIOS to boot NVMe.

MSI MPower Z77 with Intel Core i7 3770K, onboard Realtek 8111E NIC, onboard Realtek ALC898, and GeForce 8600 GTS components. I plan to try AROS One x86 v2.4.

It seems that my existing Radeon HD 3850, 4850, 6950, and 7970 are not optimal for AROS.
I switched back to NVIDIA with GTX 980 Ti generation.

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"Recommended hardware" section contain hardware that is re-tested and certified to work. This is for people who don't want to experiment and just want to buy hardware that works and is guaranteed to be working.

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@retrofaza

Thanks for the recap and for mentioning the productions from Void!

Last edited by AmigaOldskooler on 28-Feb-2024 at 08:39 AM.

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A bit of news and an overview of the latest software for AROS :)

https://arosnews.github.io/aros-x86-march-2024/

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Los Malditos Demo

"point and click adventure drawing from the “Dungeons & Dragons” with graphics created with the help of AI"

http://archives.aros-exec.org/?function=showfile&file=game/adventure/losmalditosdemo.lha

Sounds nice

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retrofaza 
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Another month behind us. A lot of new programs or refreshed versions. There was a lot to play with on AROS :)
https://arosnews.github.io/aros-x86-april-2024/

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retrofaza I like very much your Blog and I thank you for doing it, but a "new" user visiting the Blog, seeing that background and those Icons and those Windows believes that AROS is the one of 30 years ago !

To credit more interest and maybe bring some new user closer, you should show modern and above all quality backgrounds, windows and icons

I know you like the retro world, but AROS is not a retro system ! surely in this forum there will be someone who thinks like me !

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Posted on 30-Apr-2024 12:55:01
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AMIGASYSTEM, thanks for sharing your opinion.

I personally think that your AROS One, is currently the best AROS distribution and I have mentioned this in several posts.

However, I have adopted the convention that I run new programs and take screenshots for the blog on the base system.

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If it is stano to you what I have written, then it is useless to waste so many hours on improving distributions, we might as well use the bare Builds !

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Perhaps you could make the plea to the right people so that those bare builds are more appealing. The author stated it well enough. Besides not even Linux has take the world by storm, I guess cute icons won't exactly cut it until now...

I don't really think that AROS haven't yet took by storm because of it,I find much more interesting those programs being shown, that pro tracker surely is a beauty.

Btw bare bones apple looks amazing, bare bones windows also and even most Linux distros, why don't you talk to those maintaining the AROS Core so that one can reach a distinct/structured look, a continuity from the get go instead of having it scattered all over the place by each user?

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Posted on 30-Apr-2024 16:32:48
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The eyes want its share too, if you show up with a nice new jacket and a broken pant leg how are you judged?

Presenting a program on an old OS loses credibility, it turns off heartiness, beautiful things amaze and intrigue.

Today people travel on the Internet fast, they linger only when they see beautiful and attractive things, in front of outdated screenshots they don't even look at the content !

On AROS you can have the most beautiful Icons, AROS supports any kind of Icon, MOS for example uses PNG images but only one face, it does not support DualPNG.

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Posted on 2-May-2024 14:53:20
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@AMIGASYSTEM

Its not up to you to decide how others use their OS or how it looks.
He said there's a reason for it and even that was more of a response than he needed to give.
You dont need to like it, but you need to accept it.
You're coming across as a bit of a child throwing a tantrum that someone else isnt doing the hobby the way that you like.
Get over it.

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AMIGASYSTEM 
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You are off the mark, or my translation was not correct !

A user is free to choose for himself, but in my opinion, when he has to disclose something for others he has to do it in the best possible way.

An old user when he sees the same wanderer the same windows the same icons as 30 years ago, he thinks there has been no progress.

I am talking in general, not about my distribution !

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I guess you misunderstood what I said then

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