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Slack developer Felix Rieseberg has transformed Mac OS 8 into an app you can install on your Mac or PC. After transforming Windows 95 into an app back in 2018, Rieseberg decided to turn an entire 1991 Macintosh Quadra with Mac OS 8.1 into a single Electron app. It even includes a number of apps and games, thanks to an old MacWorld demo CD from 1997. The app can be installed on macOS, Windows, and Linux. The macintosh.js app is written entirely in JavaScript, and it uses a virtual machine

Speeding up a slow PC can be a challenge, particularly when dealing with older hardware that may be on the cusp of needing an upgrade or replacement anyway. Sometimes, a system simply needs a fresh OS install or driver update to perform significantly better. In other cases, upgrade or wholesale replacement are necessary. This article is designed to help you troubleshoot a slow machine. Specifically, it walks through the process of determining whether your problem is more likely to be caused by software, hardware, or simply the age of the

Normally, this isn’t the kind of software update that we’d dedicate an entire post to, but with millions of people attempting to work from home for the first time, fixing this kind of problem is of outsized importance. The ability to connect to remote resources using VPNs or proxy servers has become much more important for a lot of homebound folks trying to access remote corporate resources. Microsoft has published the following update: An out-of-band optional update is now available on the Microsoft Update Catalog to address a known issue

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