The Commodore Amiga is a machine that many people remember with some sense of nostalgia. Hyperion Entertainment is a company that still supplies Amiga-based hardware. This one “new computers“run on Amiga OS 4.1. Furthermore, the old AmigaOS for the original hardware is also maintained. However, it is based on AmigaOS 3.1, as Hyperion Entertainment does not own the rights or source code for version 3.9, the last official release for the original hardware. AmigaOS for the original hardware is now version 3.2 and the release notes are as follows:
AmigaOS 3.2 for all Classic Amigas released and available
Hyperion Entertainment CVBA is very pleased to announce the immediate availability of AmigaOS 3.2 for 68K based Amigas. AmigaOS 3.2 comes packed with well over 100 new features, dozens of updates that cover nearly all AmigaOS components and a battery of bugfixes that will undoubtedly solidify the user experience.
AmigaOS 3.2 is the result of more than 2 years of intense and relentless work from a team of over sixty people who have contributed to produce a new milestone in AmigaOS history. Hyperion Entertainment CVBA has no words to express its gratitude to this talented and resilient team for its impressive work ethic.
The most comprehensive version of AmigaOS 3.2 is available now on CD-ROM and contains all the disks and AmigaOS Kickstart ROM sets for all Amiga machines ever produced allowing users to install AmigaOS 3.2 on multiple different types of Amigas at once.
AmigaOS 3.2 feature list summary
- ReAction GUI toolkit integration
- Built-in ADF (Amiga disk file image) management
- Integrated Help subsystem
- Updated Data Type System
- Workbench and other user interface improvements
- Improved Tools, Utilities and System applications
- Enhanced Shell Behavior
- New and reworked command set
- Touched up Preferences
- Polished MultiView
- Revamped Commodities
- Expanded BootMenu
- Inclusion and refinement of the AmigaOS 3.1.4 feature set
- Flexible delivery media
- Many remarkable additions