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Dual boot on newest eMacs for schools?


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Hello. Does anybody know if the latest eMacs are coming bundled with OS9 and OS10 preinstalled? The 5 eMacs we bought this last summer fortunately had the option to boot up in 9. I may be upgrading the rest of the computers in my lab and need to know if I am going to HAVE to upgrade to 10.

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im pretty sure that the new ones just come with panther. no dual boot, just classic mode
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