Growing up I didn’t quite appreciate how Workbench could be used to its full potential, or used at all for that matter.
Here’s a little example of how I utilised this amazing piece of software back in the day.
All the best!
Tags: Amiga, Commodore, humour, workbench
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Workbench was revolutionary in it’s day. One of the first, if not the first, GUI on a home computer. While the PC was still using the command line interface of MS/PC DOS, the Amiga had a beautifully elegant point-and-click interface. Ah memories!
I wish I’d made more effort to learn and use it better back in the day, I still name folders Utilities in homage to this day ^-^
Good work! I never even realised you could do that…
By the way, did you see this Workbench emulator for Chrome? http://www.gizmodo.co.uk/2015/12/relive-the-80s-with-this-amiga-500-emulator-for-chrome/
It’s about the only thing I used to do, that and mess around with the speech thing 🙂
I’ll check it out, thanks 😀
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