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... A family of personal computers originally produced by Commodore Business Machines. Amigas are powerful personal computers that have extra microprocessors to handle graphics and sound generation. The Amiga operating system has had preemptive multitasking since its inception in 1985, 10 years before this feature found its way into Microsoft Windows.

Like older Apple Macintosh computers, the Amiga line of computers is built around the Motorola 680x0 line of microprocessors. Although the Amiga operating system is not compatible with other PC operating systems, such as DOS and Windows, there are emulation programs that enable an Amiga to run PC, Macintosh, and even UNIX programs.

Faced with financial hardships, Commodore sold the Amiga to a German company called Escom AG. Escom, in turn, also went bankrupt. In March, 1997, Gateway 2000 purchased the Amiga design.

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Amiga Links

Website of AMIGA
Amiga (W)
... Official home page for the Amiga, Inc. Includes news, information about user organizations, developer links, events, and product information.

Amiga-Anywhere
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Amiga Technologies home page
... Home page of Amiga Technologies GmbH, manufacturer of Amiga computers. This page offers links to news, product line, and a multitude of information on the Amiga computer. There is also a link to VIScorp, which acquired Amiga Technologies in June, 1996.

Amiga's operating system
This page discusses Amiga's operating system in detail, in a question and answer format.

Amiga OS
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AmigaWorld.net
... Amiga community portal.

Amiga.org
... Amiga.org was officially started on 4/27/1995 with the permission and consent of several of the former Commodore's engineering staff. This was before Amiga Inc and even most of their upper management even knew what an Amiga was. This site is not owned by, affiliated with, influenced, or run by Amiga Inc in any way. Amiga.org is the continuation of a project which started in 1988 by the North Alabama Society of Amiga Users (NASAU) in Huntsville, AL. Originally started as an online Bulletin Board System (BBS), they began planning the transition to the Web in mid 1994, including seeking and receiving approval from Commodore engineers at the time. Due to the difficulty in arranging domain names through Network Solutions at that time (when they first started charging for them), the Amiga.org domain name was awarded on April 26th, 1995. Since that time, Amiga.org has seen an estimated 9 evolutions as they determined how to best serve the community. Now, Amiga.org has evolved into more of a community project than that of the user group.

The Amiga History Guide - the largest Amiga history site in the world
... The Amiga History Guide is a website dedicated to preserving the history of the Amiga platform. This site examines a kaleidoscope of topics, ranging from Amiga Inc's early foray into joysticks, to the latest offerings in cross-platform Amiga solutions.

Chronology of Amiga Computers
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Chronology of the Commodore 64 Computer
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AmigaMCCC
... The MCCC has been in existence since 1983 supporting Commodore computers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. They have supported the Amiga since the Amiga was introduced.

... The Champaign-Urbana Computer Users Group was formed in 1983 to promote computing and education for users of personal computers. We currently support Macintosh, Windows and Linux personal computers. The group continues to be very active and successful, with members from all around east-central Illinois.

Amiga Web Directory
... Although CUCUG Retired the Amiga Web Directory on January 1, 2000 there are still a few links to Amiga resources.

Amiga News Archives
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CUCUG Contributing Vendors that offer Amiga-oriented products
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ANN.lu (formerly known as Amiga Network News)
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Aminet - Amiga software archive
Aminet at us.aminet.net
Washington University Data Archive (Aminet)
Washington University Data Archive
Aminet Directory (F)
Aminet Directory (H)
Aminet - Contents of directory comm/www: World Wide Web software
... Aminet directories. Aminet is the Internet's largest collection of Amiga software. The complete Aminet mirror is located at us.aminet.net, located at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.

Lots of Amiga links from around the world
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The so-called Amiga home page
... This unofficial Amiga home page from Omnipresence International, provides many links to news, user support, hardware, software, and other related resources for Amiga users.

Amiga computers and their history
... This page gives an introduction to Amiga computers and their merits and distinctions, as well as a detailed discussion of Amiga's history and current developments.

Amiga FAQ and resource page
... Contains links to Amiga Mosaic, World Wide Web and TCP/IP FAQs, bibliographic resources, and a FAQ from comp.sys.amiga.games.

Amiga Internet Guide
... The Amiga Internet Guide is a comprehensive list of programs which allow internet connections from Amiga computers. There are sections for TCP, Web browsers, e-mail, FTP, IRC, newsreaders, and gopher programs.

Amiga news
... This Amiga news home page, created by an Amiga power user, provides news and product announcement information, along with a list of useful Amiga sites.

Amiga resource page
... Offers many useful links to resources for Amiga owners and users. Categories include magazines, games, newsgroups, and archives.

Aminet - Amiga software archive
... Provides a large collection of Amiga software and links to related sites.

Built with Amiga home page
... This site highlights a web-based campaign to promote the Amiga as an Internet computer. It includes specific information on making the Amiga capable of performing tasks required for full Internet use as well as the creation of web pages.

Gateway 2000
... Gateway 2000's home page. Gateway 2000 is one of the leading manufacturers of PCs and also owns the rights to the Amiga architecture.

Yahoo!'s Amiga page
... Yahoo!'s directory of links to Amiga. There are links to software, user groups, and other information about Amiga computers.

THE French Amiga hardware database
... All you want to know about the Amiga computer and its hardware environment.

VaporWare
... VaporWare has lead the way in Amiga(tm) Internet application development. A world-wide collaboration of the most experienced and talented Amiga(tm) programmers makes sure your Amiga(tm) is always up to and beyond standards in today's Internet applications, in every respect from Web browsing over Mail and News to IRC. VaporWare has also been supporting the new operating system MorphOS for years.

Amiga Commercial Site Index
... Index to Amiga Software and Hardware Sellers, Retail and Mail Order Stores and Outlets.

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Amiga Newsgroups

Amiga FAQ's
... Large collection of FAQs for Users and Programmers.

alt.amiga
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alt.amiga.demos
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alt.amiga.slip
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alt.bbs.amiga.cnet
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alt.religion.amiga
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alt.sources.amiga.d
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alt.sys.amiga.uucp
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alt.sys.amiga.uucp.patches
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alt.sys.amiga.blitz
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alt.sys.amiga.demos
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alt.sys.amiga.miami
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alt.sys.amiga.thor
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alt.warez.amiga
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aus.computers.amiga
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bit.listserv.i-amiga
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comp.binaries.amiga
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comp.sources.amiga
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comp.sys.amiga.
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comp.sys.amiga.advocacy
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comp.sys.amiga.announce
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comp.sys.amiga.applications
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comp.sys.amiga.audio
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comp.sys.amiga.cd32
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comp.sys.amiga.datacomm
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comp.sys.amiga.emulations
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comp.sys.amiga.games
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comp.sys.amiga.graphics
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comp.sys.amiga.hardware
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comp.sys.amiga.introduction
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comp.sys.amiga.marketplace
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comp.sys.amiga.misc
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comp.sys.amiga.multimedia
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comp.sys.amiga.networking
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comp.sys.amiga.programmer
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comp.sys.amiga.reviews
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comp.sys.amiga.software
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comp.sys.amiga.tech
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comp.sys.amiga.uucp
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comp.unix.amiga
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de.comp.sys.amiga.unix
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de.comp.sys.amiga.advocacy
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de.comp.sys.amiga.archive
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de.comp.sys.amiga.comm
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de.comp.sys.amiga.misc
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de.comp.sys.amiga.tech
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de.comp.sys.amiga.uucp
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netcom.shell.software.amiga
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netcom.software.amiga
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rec.video.desktop.toaster
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Amiga Magazines

Amiga Game Zone magazine
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Paradise City Amiga
... Online Amiga Zine for Amiga-related information including reviews, previews, competitions, updates, press releases, and more.

Totally Amiga Magazine
... Offers news and information in a CD-ROM format.

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Amiga Users Groups

Website of AMIGA
Usergroups, Clubs, Campaigns
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Amiga Group Italia Project
... Hosts information about Italian Amiga user groups & Amiga related mail networks.

Amiga- Commodore User's Group #0447
... A small but vocal local user's group. We do our best to help out newer users to the Commodore and Amiga platforms.

AmigaSoc
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Arizona Amiga User Group
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Cleveland Area Amiga Users Group
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CUCUG
Amiga Zone
... Champaign-Urbana Commodore Users Group. CUCUG supports Commodore 64/128, Amiga and Apple Macintosh users in the Central Illinois area.

Jay Miner Society
... An international Amiga user group.

NCAUG
... The National Capital Amiga Users Group.

Queens Amiga Users Group
... Supporting the Amiga computer.

Sacramento Amiga Computer Club
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Siouxland Metro Amiga User's Group
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Southeast Washington AMIgans (SWAMI)
Users Groups Index
... An Amiga club for the SE Washington and NE Oregon state areas. Information on the local C64/C128 club, and a list of places that still support the C64 and C128.

Toga Amiga Users Group
... The Other Group of Amigoids WEB Page.

University in Trondheim Amiga User Group
... A small user group for Amiga owners and enthusiasts studying in Trondheim, Norway.

Index of Commodore/Amiga User Groups Worldwide
... Comprehensive index of Commodore and Amiga user groups worldwide.

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