It’s hard to believe, but back in 1990 the Commodore Amiga gave Apple and Wintel a run for their money. This desktop had a sleek, 32-bit OS and both multimedia and multitasking abilities that were way ahead of their time. Amiga users were editing video when the rest of us were learning to play Solitaire with a mouse.
However, by 1994, Commodore was out of business and Windows was the dominant OS. The company simply didn’t sell enough product. In an alternate universe, Amiga overtook Mac as the creative professional’s platform sometime around 1997 and now we're all using Amiga laptops to edit movies, lay out magazines, mix albums and retouch photos.