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'Classic Mac' Brief History

In the early 2000's Apple released the last, and most powerful Apple computers built with PowerPC (PPC) processor. Unlike most modern operating systems, Mac OS 9 (often referred to as 'Classic') used a minimal amount of hardware resources to run. This allowed professional software suites to take advantage of the extra processing power in a clean, and non-bloated environment.

The last Mac OS 9 PPCs were used extensively throughout the music and film industry. Some are still used today for their reliability, and superior software - most of which is free now.

About This Website

The intention of this website is to provide guides and tips for using early Apple computers, and Mac OS 9. Mac OS 9 is still capable of many modern tasks and offers the perfect distraction free environment. For some, these machines can be the perfect tools to get the job done.