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- 03/01/2012: 2011: an excellent year for the CPCWiki!
- 15/12/2011: Yet another server move completed.
- 18/08/2011: Server move complete, hunting bugs down... Currently Uploads are not possible.
- 05/08/2011: Sorry for the downtime - hardware failure on the host side!
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Did you know?
- When the 664 was being developed, Sugar was already looking (and hinting publicly!) at the 6128
- The CPC 472 was a model released in Spain with an extra unaccessible 8 KB of RAM to circumvent a spanish tax that was charged on imported machines with up to 64 KB memory.
- With a possible total amount of 832 x 288 pixel (576 interlaced) the CPC was the 8 bit homecomputer with the highest screen resolution ever.
- OpenOffice for Windows/Linux is a direct descendant of StarWriter for the CPC.
- The transfer speed of the CPC Booster + serial interface is faster than a standard DSL connection.
- SymbOS can handle more than 50 times bigger hard discs than MS Windows 95A.
- FutureOS can load 178 KB in 9 seconds from floppy disc and manages up to 4 MB of RAM
These people were kind enough to donate. All contributions go to pay the hosting expenses with full transparency. You can check out this year's donors here.
Donors from earlier years
- Bryce, Prodatron, Nurgle, Serge Querné, Roald Strauss, Bert Post Uiterweer, Rex of BENG!, Robcfg, Gryzor, Ervin