Discussion in 'Mac' started by Calendryll, Nov 15, 2005.
yeah, but: http://www.pcpro.co.uk/macuser/news...y-os-x-on-a-par-with-power-pcbased-range.html
sure you can run OS X, but basically you cant run any apps.
Wonder how Apple plans to support backwards compatibility? Or is it going to ditch Carbon altogether in the new release?
Another layer of emulation.
Who actually still uses carbon? Why would you use a program that's like four years old?
I don't even have an OS 9 system folder anymore.
Well, in the freelance Graphic Design market, you stiil need it for all those, umm... idiots, people who still use Quark 4.X.
If you aren't tied to a certain application, then you should be able to get rid of OS9 completely.
I kinda like the ability to play Red Alert original on my PC. The same level of backwards compatibility will not/does not exist on the mac. /cry
Same, but for the original Command & Conquer.
It works great on my WinXP PC. I won't run in OS X or OS 9. I have to install OS 8 and then manually drop in a drawsprocket from system 7 I think.
or you could just keep a computer around that won't run anything more than System 7. that's what I do
I am trying to be difficult.
I have a spare I can give you. now you can't complain. I am teh difficultest!!1! hahahahahahahahahahaha
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