Paladin of the Pegasos
Posts: 1724 from 2012/3/22
From: Stockholm, Sweden
You could add that for a lot of OS upgrades you need to buy a new, beefier computer. I don't know about MacOS, but this is quite true with Windows, and also Ubuntu when it got Unity. And a lot of times I have seen computers on sale which is clearly not good enough to run the installed OS. So in order to run them, you do feel after a while a need to upgrade RAM or HDD and stuff.
MorphOS feels quite smooth and nice even on pretty low end computers. There is never a "need" to upgrade your hardware to run the latest version of it. If your computer was quick and nice with MorphOS 2.0, it still is with MorphOS 3.7.