For years, users of Macintosh and Linux computers have been able to play games or run software written for Microsoft’s DOS operating system by using DOS emulation software. So when Microsoft released Windows XP, which removed the underlying DOS code from the Windows operating system, it suddenly became easier to run DOS software on a Mac than on a Windows PC. While XP does include a way to run some DOS programs, in many cases it will crash or the sound will not work. (full story)
My spin: DOS – I love it. It rarely crashes, is fast and easy to use!
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