Whatever happended to Strewth?

  Pesala 22:57 14 Jan 2004

Did Flecc make it to Silicon Valley yet, or is he still busy coding somewhere down in Croydon? Just curious. click here

With recent talk of preserving Windows 98 due to demand from millions of poorer users, it seems there is still a huge potetial for something like Strewth.

  powerless 23:02 14 Jan 2004

I have strewth although not currently installed.

  Djohn 23:06 14 Jan 2004

Me too, and SPEEDOS. Just recently installed the latter and starting to play with it. :o)

  hugh-265156 23:25 14 Jan 2004

anybody know if there will be/is an xp version or something similar?

must admit after reading the strewth thread some time ago it went right over my head but was very interesting none the less :-)

  hugh-265156 23:29 14 Jan 2004

“I’ve created a half-size XP system with programs (1.1Gb including Service Pack 1) but it runs little better than the standard version, the gain being no better than can be achieved by the usual methods with XP"

from click here

  powerless 23:36 14 Jan 2004

Hugster click here

  Djohn 23:36 14 Jan 2004

This is a link to another of flecc's postings on "HYPEROS" click here

  Bacon & Eggs 23:39 14 Jan 2004

Funny... when i thought I'd come back and ask my question in the the other thread, i was reminded of the magical and mythical Strewth... I presume it actually did do everything it said on the tin?

Remember the record breaking thread that was....

  hugh-265156 23:47 14 Jan 2004

have you tried it?

Hugster lol! i havnt been called that in a while.

  tafoody 23:58 14 Jan 2004

so has this been developed from SPEEDOS/Strewth! click here

  powerless 00:14 15 Jan 2004

Not yet.

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