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Beta Freak
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Post by Beta Freak »

All you need to do is type into Google site:osbetaarchive.com and click cached to view it.
To search it type site:osbetaarchive.com X
(Where X is what you want to search for.)
Enjoy

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Post by AnDrEwP182 »

the cache isn't old enough. It gets Liam Bramwell dotcom

EDIT: YAY! It works.
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Post by Beta Freak »

It has old OSBA posts as well. Just not the index.

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Post by ddrmaxromance »

http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www ... rchive.com
(Copy and paste)

Goes all the way back to February 18, 2003 (when I turned 13. lol)
Since January 2005, I've been in the Operating Systems Prototype Community. I've enjoyed learning more these past four years about the development of the Windows and Macintosh operating systems, as well as learning of new user-based projects that optimize system performance.

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Post by empireum »

Thanks, but AFAICS this is only for those who were registered in the old OSBA days...

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empireum wrote:Thanks, but AFAICS this is only for those who were registered in the old OSBA days...
Yeah, I didn't become a member until Feb. 2005.
Since January 2005, I've been in the Operating Systems Prototype Community. I've enjoyed learning more these past four years about the development of the Windows and Macintosh operating systems, as well as learning of new user-based projects that optimize system performance.

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Post by IsaacD »

10 long years, frig the scene anymore.

Kids think they have deep in sources at the age of 12, why bother caring when no one receives respect anymore, they assume bullcrap, but that's all they are.
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Post by empireum »

Many, many thanks!

edit: This doesn't seem to work...

Namronia

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WOW!!! nice

thx

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FYI, Waybak Machine doesn't have a copy of the successful login screen.

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Well, I use it primarily to see how the welcome page has progressed throughout the years. Primarily the OSBA logo. It's gets increasingly better.
Since January 2005, I've been in the Operating Systems Prototype Community. I've enjoyed learning more these past four years about the development of the Windows and Macintosh operating systems, as well as learning of new user-based projects that optimize system performance.

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I have to agree with you there.

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