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If I buy OS X Tiger does it come with Classic mode too?
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If I buy OS X Tiger does it come with Classic mode too?
yep it does bubt takes a long time to load. i never use it really.

By the way I think this should be posted in the OSX operating system under software?
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You'll still need your own copy of Mac OS 9 to use Classic under Tiger (or Jaguar (10.2) or Panther (10.3), for that matter.)
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You'll still need your own copy of Mac OS 9 to use Classic under Tiger (or Jaguar (10.2) or Panther (10.3), for that matter.)
Hi, have been thinking of upgrading myself. Running 10.2.8 using classic mode for quark also. When you say you will need your own copy of OS9, what do you mean by that?

Sorry if i'm being stupid! Just dont want to install tiger and not be able to use classic as work depends on it!!!

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