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In PC Mode, users are able to install and boot from their own choice of operating system. Currently the Atari VCS supports Windows, various flavors of Linux, and other operating systems that users may wish to add such as Steam OS and Chrome OS. The Atar...
One of the more anticipated features of the Atari VCS is PC Mode, which allows you to install an operating system onto an external drive and boot your VCS as a PC. Our goal is to make the Atari VCS as open and flexible as possible while maintaining the be...
Installing an OS on an Internal vs External Hard Drive -- the boot order for the Atari VCS is: * external USB drive * internal M.2 SSD drive * Atari native OS If you install an OS on an external drive, you simply connect the drive to a USB port ...
You need to use a 64-bit version of Windows with the Atari VCS. We have tested Windows 10 Home Edition, but you should have no problem using other versions as long as they meet the 64-bit requirement. _SELECTING EXTERNAL HARD DRIVES_ -- Windows is a lar...
External Hard Drive(s) -- Linux can run from a traditional USB flash drive. We have tested both Unbuntu and Debian from flash drives. You can get by with a 32GB drive, but we recommend a minimum of 64GB so you have room to add applications and files. For ...
The Atari VCS comes with two 4GB SODIMM RAM modules for a total of 8GB of RAM. The RAM can be upgraded to a maximum of 32GB. * RAM compatibility -- The Atari VCS is compatible with DDR4-2400 SODIMM RAM. You must add RAM in pairs, so to achieve the ma...