Your commodore 64 not fast enough ? Maybe it needs more memory...a bigger
*HARD DISK* or a new 3.5" floppy drive ?
You too can browse the web on your C64:
but it'll need a proper OS first:
(OSes for 8bits ? Mad. http://www.armory.com/~spectre/tech.html)
What sort of people run commodore 64's ?
"The average Commodore 8-bit user of today is male, aged 28-31, lives
in either North America or Europe, and got his first Commodore 13 to 14
years ago. He owns four to seven Commodore 8-bit computers of varying
kinds, and anywhere up to six other computers besides. He owns between
five and eight disk drives, and probably has a couple of Datasettes too,
and about four to six joysticks. He primarily uses BASIC as his OS, and
uses a PC or other kind of "more modern" computer to access the Internet.
He probably also uses an emulator of some sort. His Commodore is not his
primary computer, but when he's using it it's most likely for games or,
less often, programming and actual work. :-)"
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- Zen Master Greg
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