The following article was written by and is copyright by Dick Eastman.Macintosh users have their choice of all sorts of programs. Their systems obviously will run any Macintosh program but, with appropriate software installed, it will also run almost any Windows program as well as Linux programs and even other operating systems. A single Macintosh can even run Windows, Linux, and Macintosh programs simultaneously, if the appropriate software is installed.
The "appropriate software" includes:
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