Apple’s Mac OS (now written macOS) is also old, but some friends who are almost only exposed to Windows, may not have experienced it so far. A few days ago, software engineer Mihai Parparita based on the Basilisk II web simulator, the classic Mac OS 7 (System 7), and Mac OS 8 in the form of web tags. If you’re curious about the early Apple desktop system or a nostalgic one, give it a try.
Once the page is opened, there are some basic how-to tips.
In fact, the web-based MacOS, Windows, and DOS simulation is not the first time, but Parparita’s work this time has the advantages of long-term storage, file transfer, low CPU occupation, etc., and has been favored by foreign fans.
However, it is a little regrettable that due to the old version of the system, even if you have an ultra-widescreen display on hand, you cannot be full screen, and you can only be limited to a fixed area similar to CRT.
According to the data, Mac OS 7 was released in 1991, when innovations included personal file sharing functions, QuickTime players, etc., and MacOS 8 was born in 1997.