It is now 36 years since AmigaOS 1.0 came out to the public. But either version of AmigaOS ceased to get support from the Amiga community. While SymbianOS, MacOSX, and various older Windows versions lack support. You have WBDock for AmigaOS 1.3, Dread is coming for OCS Amiga, and the same thing with Metro Siege. Aminet is showing that Amiga users are supported by one of the strongest computer communities ever.

Google stops Supporting devices with Android 2.3.7 or older

As part of our ongoing efforts to keep our users safe, Google will no longer allow sign-in on Android devices that run Android 2.3.7 or lower starting September 27, 2021. If you sign into your device after September 27, you may get username or password errors when you try to use Google products and services like Gmail, YouTube, and Maps.

With this tactic, Google is turning off the login possibilities for these devices that ceases to get support from them. But this is not the chase with AmigaOS. Look at Aminet which has been going strong since 1991 online with files on it old as from 1987. Here users got way more freedom than on Google’s platform. You can upload Shareware, Giftware, or Freeware as you want. You can decide how to get paid too. There’s no one big company hungry after your money. Aminet is one of the biggest reasons for Amiga’s survival.

The same strategy that Google is doing with abandon older operating system versions, Apple is also doing with their computers and mobile phones but they are much worse in my view. AmigaOS 3.1 from 1993 can still run the latest AmigaOS programs by installing MUI or other tools needed. There are no issues running the latest iBrowse or browsing OpenStreetMap maps with it. Amiga Community makes Amiga unique and I love that.

Get yourself an Classic or Nextgen Amiga today!