December 12, 2001
OS X now able to run winTel software
Author: JT Smith
NewsFactor Network: "The product named WinTel (a Pre 1.0 CD) delivers true compatibility with Pentium processors, disk image and CD-ROM support from within Mac OS X. "Thanks to Mac OS X's advanced architecture, multiple G4 CPUs are utilized and are emulated as a single powerful Pentium processor," said Jeshua Lacock, owner of OpenOSX.com. "Mac OS X is a true chameleon of operating systems," Jeshua added. "Users may now run a long list of operating systems within it: Mac OS 9, Windows 95/98/NT, DOS, Linux, Unix, BSD, etc. software seamlessly.""