By Steve Evans
I expect you, like me, run WinUAE on your PC to varying degrees of success.
Usually, you either go for the traditional look -
(Click on the thumbnail for a larger picture)
Or try to emulate your much loved A4000/A1200 Directory Opus look -
But now thanks to AmiKit there is a much easier and effective way to use WinUAE.
How would you like your desktop to look like this in less than 5 minutes?
With over 300 of the best Amiga Free/Shareware programs -
All these plus my favourite Amiga program of all time Directory Opus Magellan II v5.82 (trial version).
This program has never been freely released to the general public before,
all I had to do was put in my registration details to get this -
Plus the Live Update to keep your installation current -
If all this isn't enough to tempt you to try AmiKit, then checkout
a few features taken from the AmiKit website -
AmiStart (v0.66c) – Darius Brewka has created a special version for AmiKit
GlobalTrash (v1.5a1) – Oliver Blumert has created an exclusive AmiKit preview version
ReqChange (v3.15) – Magnus Holmgren has created a free keyfile for AmiKit
ShowAmiga96 (v2.3d) – Heiko Mueller has created a special version for AmiKit
FullPalette (v40.23) – Massimo Tantignone has sent me his updated version
Live Update – this tool ensures your AmiKit is always up to date. Created by Daniel Westerberg.
KensIcons – complete set of icons, some painted exclusively for AmiKit by Ken Lester!
KensOS4 – two visual themes exclusively created for AmiKit by Ken Lester!
microgolded – the best text Amiga editor around has been licensed for AmiKit!
MorpheuZ – allows you to easily change the design of system windows. Nine themes are included!
Install Patches – automatically installs the largest collection of patches for AmigaOS3.9
AmiKit Launcher - easy to use graphical user interface created by Rex Schilasky!
So how easy is it to install this on your PC? Very easy! click here
Pop along to http://amikit.amiga.sk and download the latest version,
currently 1.2.0, and why not make a donation while your there?
Then follow the install instructions. When you've installed AmiKit,
click on the desktop icon, or run it from the quick launch toolbar -
It`s that easy!
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