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Software News   Software News : Amiga Forever 2009
   posted by meet.mrnrg on 1-Jul-2009 2:56:01 (1846 reads)
(News item bumped up so it is next to the update above it)

NEW: Amiga Forever 2009

Amiga Forever 2009 sets new references in usability while more than tripling the featured content and providing easy access to a universe of free downloads.

Whats new in version 2009

If you already own a previous version (any edition, either downloadable or physical) of Amiga Forever you can upgrade now at a reduced price.

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