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Amiga Workbench: Silvester macht Windows 10 und 11 zu AmigaOS

Amiga Workbench: New Year’s Eve turns Windows 10 and 11 into AmigaOS

Amiga Workbench, an alternative user interface independent of the ComputerBase “Silvester72” reader, makes Windows 10 and Windows 11 optically Friends. The completely redesigned user environment can be used as a normal application and as a replacement for Windows Explorer.

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Windows in the style of AmigaOS

In his article “Alternative user interface similar to Amiga for Windows”, the community member describes how he came up with the idea of ​​his own user interface for Windows 10 and Windows 11 in the aspect of AmigaOS.

I used to have a Commodore Amiga and I fondly remember that time. For this reason, I started programming a (actually) platform-independent Amiga Workbench over 2 years ago, which you can simply run on Windows.

Silvester72, Community Member

After more than two years of development, Amiga Workbench is now so mature that “Silvester72” can offer version 1.0.0 first and now version 1.0.1 for download.

Amiga Workbench v1.0.1 from community member “Silvester72” (Image: ComputerBase-Forum)

Amiga Workbench is a purely private, non-profit project. Download from the official website. it does not contain any additional software, installers or advertising.

The program is now very well developed and I recently put it on a private website. It can be started and ended like a normal application. But it is also possible to replace Windows Explorer if you want.

Silvester72, Community Member

Questions and suggestions, as well as praise and criticism about the project in the comments to this message and on the forum are, as always, expressly welcome.

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Updated 12/31/2021 10:41 pm