Anatoly Shashkin💾
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"Forty years ago, Intel released the 8086 processor, introducing the x86 architecture that underlies every PC—Windows, Mac, or Linux—produced today."
pcworld.com/article/146957/com

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@dosnostalgic If Commodore Amiga had survived as a niche product in, say, broadcasting, do you think that the Amiga would be an x86 box today or something else?

@profoundlynerdy Doubt it. Open architecture is what won the PC war, and not better technology.

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