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Software News   Software News :  WinUAE 0.8.22 Release 4 is now out !
   posted by Anonymous on 22-Dec-2002 22:28:31 (1496 reads)
Follwing on to the Update of WInUAE, WinUAE 0.8.22 Release 4 is now out and ready for download new features are:
improved FPS counter
- filesystem notification (ACTION_ADD_NOTIFY, ACTION_REMOVE_NOTIFY) support added and more..
- CD-led is lit when CD32 audio track is playing
- new keyboard shortcuts: PAUSE-pause emulation, PAUSE+END-turbo speed
And many more bugs fixed!
Check it out @Winuae
    

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