Amiga OS4.1 Enhancer Software Core v1.1 Released by A-EON for Free..

Amiga Enhancer Software

A-EON Technology Ltd is pleased to confirm immediate download available of the Enhancer Software Core V1.1 for OS4. An AmiSphere user account is required to register and download it free-of-charge from AmiSphere.comWhat is the Enhancer Software Core?It is a free-of-charge version of the Enhancer Software containing classes, libraries and system files for users who have not purchased any version of the Enhancer Software previously. It also contains the SDK for developers to build their own projects aro

Source: Enhancer Software Core v1.1 Released

MorphOS 3.14 has been released! 

The MorphOS development team is proud to announce the immediate availability of MorphOS 3.14. While mostly a maintenance and stability release, this update also brings multiple technological improvements in the kernel. Out of these, the most notable are TLS support in exec.library, updates to the Netstack and ixemul.library.We would also like to thank all of our translators and beta testers for stepping up their efforts in the weeks leading up to this release.

Source: MorphOS – News

New Book!! Vultures to Vampires by David and Trevor on Kickstarter

A new kickstarter book might be on its way…

Starting from the day when Escom were the highest bidder at Commodore’s liquidator’s auction in New York (I was there), how their attempts to relaunch the Amiga spectacularly failed, then the troublesome years when our beloved computer bounced around from company to company, Viscorp, Quickpack, Gateway 2000, etc. and beyond.

ShaderJoy v1.8 on Amiga X5000 demonstrated by Kas1e

A new version of ShaderJoy for AmigaOS4 with a lot of improvements and bugfixes. Also this time it runs over OGLES2 3.0 beta and Warp3D Nova 1.71 beta meaning more complex shaders works.

Everything running on AmigaOS4.1 FE update1, X5000, RadeonRX 11 / 2GB

AmigaOne linux distro Fienix Soar Release Video

Fienix is a modern operating system designed specifically for PowerPC based personal computers and workstations. Fienix is primarily derived from Debian Linux, but Fienix also includes customizations, unique applications, and games not found in other distributions. Every function, application, and game in Fienix has been tested to ensure functionality on PowerPC systems. Additionally, Fienix includes PowerPC bug fixes and performance enhancements not found elsewhere.