|Amiga Forever 6.0
|Amiga Forever on Windows
||Amiga Forever 3.X Environment
||Amiga Forever 1.3 Environment
||KX Light Boot Sequence
No longer available, replaced by
Amiga Forever 8.
Preinstalled Amiga OS 3.X environment (for productivity,
internet access, etc.) and Amiga OS 1.3 environment (for
compatibility with older software), running on top of a powerful
JIT-enabled Amiga hardware emulation which also supports Amiga
custom chips, RTG, AHI, SCSI, up to 512 MB of Zorro III RAM,
virtual memory, MIDI, native x86 code, etc.
A multitude of carefully preinstalled quality Amiga
applications, which include the AWeb browser (great for
cross-browser testing), TCP/IP, Personal Paint 7.1c (paint,
animation and image processing software, includes GIF/LZW
license), special version of CacheCDFS CD file system, AmigaAMP
media player, DirDiff (file synchronization and replication
software), AmiToRTF (to convert texts from Amiga to Windows
formats), MailBX (to convert Amiga mail archives to Microsoft
Mail, Outlook Express and Exchange Server), drag-and-drop LhA,
print spooler, Directory Opus 5.5, TurboText (exclusive latest
version with bug fixes), MUI (shareware version), KingCON,
FreeWheel, PowerSnap, ToolManager, ReqTools, etc.
Compatibility with Amiga OS "3.5"+ icons, NewIcons and MagicWB icons
New and fully licensed Picasso96 software (not a shareware
version), maps Amiga graphics requests directly to fast x86 calls
and powerful low-level DirectX functions (Windows version of emulation)
Amiga Narrator and Translator speech synthesis components
(made available for distribution with the Amiga OS for the first
time since 1991, when Commodore-Amiga's licenses expired)
More than 10 "First Demos" are included in the 1.3 environment.
Latest versions of WinUAE and WinFellow tested and supported
by Cloanto. Non-Windows versions included and/or available too.
Amiga Explorer software.
Launcher panel with one-click controls.
Software Manager for easy and privacy conscious emulation news and updates.
Gallery of multimedia items
Several hours of quality video footage
Some preinstalled games to get you started into the world of
downloadable Amiga ADF disk images
A collection of all Amiga ROM versions ever released,
including A1000 boot ROMs, and extended CDTV and CD³² ROMs,
accompanied by a similar selection of bootable Workbench disk
KX Light boot environment, to optionally boot from CD (no
Windows or other host OS required)
Like the amount of work that went into this project, some of
the most important "features" of Amiga Forever are
somewhat difficult to describe. They involve your feelings when
you see the system booting from a slow floppy disk into a blue
Workbench screen, and you suddenly seem to remember every word
that appears on that Startup-Sequence window, and by listening to
the emulated floppy drive sound you appear to be able to
anticipate every disk head seek, as if it was a melody. And if
you never experienced this before, then... welcome to the
Even if you "were there" in those days, in the mid
1980s, you may be surprised to see and learn something new about
events that made not only Amiga history, but computer history and
culture. That is the goal of the Gallery and Videos sections on
the CD Edition, which include carefully researched and
passionately digitized and restored items of historical interest.
Then just press a few buttons, and you are the one booting the
same Amiga OS 1.0 you just saw in a video, starting the Boing
ball demo, or Juggler, or Robo-City, or listening to the Amiga's
It is equally hard to describe the feeling of a
"modern" Amiga system that just works as you would
expect it to, with support for hard drives larger than 4 GB,
configuration-free internet access, a CD drive that does not
require setting up drivers, devices and file systems, a mouse
wheel that you could nowadays not do without, but which the
original Amiga had never heard of, or a web browser preconfigured
to use the same keyboard shortcuts as your PC, Mac or GNU/Linux
system. With Amiga Forever, all of this attention to detail is
just one mouse click away, as invisible as it is obviously ready
Similarly, we believe that there is a certain magic involved
when you see your familiar Amiga files appear on a Windows
Explorer window by means of Amiga Explorer, or when you realize
the contrast between the emulated CRT scan lines (an optional
emulation feature) and the almost paper thin LCD display you are
now using to experience all of this again...