Re: BeOS

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Subject: Re: BeOS
Name: Joey-T
Date: 12/24/2003 2:49:51 PM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Re: BeOS posted by LED

I was looking at Micro$oft's site, and they have something like a gig and a half HD space under the system requirements for XP. They (M$) always say each new version of Windows is more crash-resistant than the last. Maybe it's because they keep taking more and more space, so you don't have room to run programs! Windows won't crash if it just sits there and looks pretty.

Speaking of BeOS, did everyone finally give up, or is there an underground scene out there somewhere? For those of you unfamiliar with BeOS, it's audio capabilities were awesome. There was even some high-end audio production gear manufacturers using it in their products. THAT should have been their key focus, not internet appliances. Had they stuck with their strengths, BeOS would still be around- dominating the audio production industry.

Who owns the BeOS OS now?

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