Steve June 21, 2022

RISC OS, the operating system of the original Arm computer, the Acorn Archimedes, is still very much alive — and doing relatively well for its age. The Register reports: In June 1987, Acorn launched the Archimedes A305 and A310, starting at $982 and running a new operating system called Arthur. At the time, it was a radical and very fast computer. In his review (PDF) for Personal Computer World, Dick, Read More