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MorphOS 3.11 released
By Thom Holwerda, submitted by ASiegel on 2018-07-09 11:24:06

We're ending our Amiga/BeOS/Atari day (for now!) with the release of MorphOS 3.11.

The MorphOS development team is proud to announce the immediate availability of MorphOS 3.11. In addition to performance, stability and security improvements, this new version also features the first more substantial update of the Odyssey web browser in a while, which improves the rendering of and general compatibility with modern websites in several ways, as well as a more refined version of the recently introduced Flow Studio, our official integrated development environment. For a more extensive overview of the changes included in MorphOS 3.11, please read our release notes.

The browser improvements are most welcome, since that's definitely a sore spot for MorphOS on PowerPC machines because of the browser's underwhelming performance. While the improvements listed won't suddenly fix this problem entirely - and there's only so much you can do on outdated PowerPC hardware to begin with - they should still alleviate the problem somewhat.

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Good release notes page
By jonata on 2018-07-09 13:47:06
How to make a release notes page.
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RE: Good release notes page
By Andre Siegel on 2018-07-09 15:30:26
Thanks ;)
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MorphOS on amd64?
By zima on 2018-07-10 01:59:33
So I had this thought... supposedly there are plans to make MorphOS run on x64 CPUs. However, this could be another "too late" mistake similar to PPC, as the world at large seems to be moving away from them towards ARM. So perhaps it would be better to target Raspberry Pi and/or new Windows ARM laptops.
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