Amiga Computers

The Amiga is simply the easiest computer to use. You have access to the CLI (it's operating system) and simultaneous access to the Workbench (it's Graphical User Interface) which operates similar to the Macintosh's Desk Top. Also it is fully multitasking. All this and the CLI and Workbench can operate in 500 kb of memory.
Yes the Amiga is under a cloud. But it is still being manufactured and there are Clone manufacturers gearing up for production. The Amiga has now been bought by Gateway 2000.


Amiga Links


The Amiga Home Page. News , User Groups , Hardware , Software , Companies
Amiga Report Magazine Online Magazine
Amiga Manuals Manuals
AMIGA Public Relations Amiga Technologies
Amiga Technologies Homepage Main Page
The Amiga Web Directory News , User Groups , Search Engine
Aminet Gateway Main Page
Aminet at ftp.wustl.edu Largest collection of FTP software on the Net
ARexxGuide Copyright © 1993,1994 Robin Evans ARexx programming language Guide
The BLITTERSOFT Home Page Shop in U.K.
Commodore Amiga Information Resources News , Magazines
FTP Directory: ftp://ftp.wustl.edu/pub/aminet/ Aminet directories
Myxa Corporation Web Park Scala multimedia software
National Amiga Shop in Canada
New Millennium Technologies Home Page Shop in U.S.A.
Pure Amiga Information and Guides
Recent Aminet uploads by age New Software
Sigmacom Home Page Shop in Australia
VIScorp Home Page Main Page
Welcome to CUCUG! User group
What You Always Wanted to Know about Amiga Technical Information

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Last Update 12-4-97