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Last week I wrote (at http://eogn.com/wp/?p=17718) about the capability of having one computer that can run Windows, Macintosh, Linux, and other operating systems simultaneously. I wrote:
"In fact, today’s computers are not limited to Windows and Macintosh. Any modern Intel-based Macintosh system can also run Linux, many versions of UNIX, OS/2, BeOS, and even MS-DOS. Does anyone remember MS-DOS? Do you still have a need for it? If so, get a Mac! You can easily run MS-DOS and any of the other operating systems simultaneously while running Macintosh OS X. In fact, if you have enough memory installed in the Mac, you can run three, four, or even more operating systems simultaneously!"
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