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  1. You can build powershell in any Windows environment including a VM and then it’s up to you how you configured all aspects of the environment. If it goes wrong, it’s down to individual and how you have setup Windows.
  2. C# is better for all things Windows in my humble opinion, but doesn’t really matter.
  3. That’s not my experience of AIX, especially when talking to underlying SAN storage. But yes, certainly better than Windows of the day. I still argue that Novell Netware was the best, if only they could have invested in a decent client, there’d be no such thing as Microsoft.
  4. I loved all that config.sys and Himem.sys sorcery. Although I can hardly remember it now, I became a whizz at it and would help others configure there’s to help run their latest games like a peach 🍑
  5. Piece of cake in Powershell. But yes, I used to be an AIX and Tivoli admin and it was powerful shizzle
  6. On the subject of the CPC, the heavy 16k screen you mentioned did come with lots of benefits, but the 16k heavy screen applied to all modes, not just 16 colour mode 0. Although there’s plenty of games such as Savage, Trantor and X-Out that show fast smooth scroll can be achieved, especially with new games. See here Amstrad CPC Top 40 New Games - CPC games you can't afford to be without Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. That’s brilliant! I’m happy you found it. Thanks for the nice comments 👍🏻
  8. What are some of your favourite memories of owning or playing games on the Atari ST from back in the 80s and 90s? This video represents a small glimpse into my own personal memories, I didn’t own the ST, but as with the Commodore Amiga, I had access to its many great games. The list is difficult to put together as there are so many great games on the Atari ST. No sooner had I finished the video, my thoughts drifted to Gauntlet 2, Dungeon Master, and many many more. But then I decided, hold on a second, which games do I come back to over the years, which games do I come back to and think sod-it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Here’s my take on the Top 25 Atari 2600 Games. This is by no means an easy thing to do, there are so many highly playable games that made it to the Atari2600 I’ve also included my top ten favourite homebrew titles, well the games I’ve played over the years. I hope you enjoy watching this as much as I enjoyed putting it together. Long live the Atari 2600!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Fortunately emulation is a good way to discover hardware that you know nothing about. I personally think it’s a positive first step, but thanks anyway.
  11. Wow! The difference is like chalk and cheese. Thx
  12. Thanks mate. I will, but as mentioned above I need to use the better emulation software as that might be what put me off.
  13. Atari 7800 Discovery Thanks for letting me join, I know absolutely zilch about the Atari Consoles. I had an Atari 800XL once upon a time and absolutely loved it, so many great memories. So I went on a bit of a discovery with the Atari 7800 the other day and it really impressed me. Left me thinking “what if”. I thought I’d share it here, it’s nothing special, but just wanted to share my thoughts on what I think of this console and its games. Anyways here’s my video, I played every game using RetroArch and built this vid from it. https://youtu.be/TogzSRUVEMc Thx
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