A new emulator lets you look through the windows of 90s era Mac OS 8, even without owning an Apple computer. Here’s more from SlashGear:
When people talk about Macs or Mac OS, they’re most likely referring to what was previously and perhaps lovingly called “OS X”. That “X” is, of course, the Roman numeral that notes that this is the 10th incarnation of Apple’s desktop operating system. Few of today’s Mac users have probably used Macintoshes before that, let alone older versions of their favorite operating system.
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