It's interesting that despite being "For Commodore Personal Computer Users", Amiga never seems to fit in that category. Which is fine for my purposes, but kind of intriguing from a historical standpoint.
Editor Notes that Commodore is recovering a bit, but feels like too much of the growth is international, and they really want to shore up their presence in the US market.
Favorite "simple answer to common question":
It sounds like you're suffering from an untoward event known to computer users as a system crash or lockup. Unfortunately, it's a normal part of computing.Guess it will be a few years before they coin "Blue Screen of Death" (The column also mentions how far home computers of that day are from what would later be available in Babelfish and Google Translate...)
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