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Dual Proc compability

By SirMalcom ·
k, I have a system that runs 98se, red hat, and 2k. But, being the type of guy i am i want to be able to try new operating systems out that are credible. So now i want to try macos w/out having to buy a whole new system. so i think what's this about dual processors that can run win and macos. does anyone have info about this topic? plz help me.

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by djent In reply to Dual Proc compability

There is no advantage to dual processors unless used on servers or you have apps written to use them (Acad or Adobe Photo Shop).

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Different structures

by TheChas In reply to Dual Proc compability

The MAC hardware has a very different structure as compared to PC hardware.

If there is such a thing as a dual processor MAC/PC system, it likely has the equivalent of dual motherboards.

There are software packages to emulate either style on the other's hardware.

I have read that Apple is working on a PC language!

Chas

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