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Over the last 15 years, Macintosh speeds have increased from 8 MHz to 400 or more, CD-ROM speeds went from 2x to 24x, and modems have gone from 300 bps to 56,000. Yet one speed measurement hasn’t improved in 15 years: starting up the computer. All of that extension-loading, memory-checking, and Finder- launching ties up even the most powerful Mac for a minute or more, every time you turn it on, every day of your life. In ten years of turning on the machine every day, you’ll spend over 90 hours of your life doing nothing but staring at the startup progress bar!
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Emulating this? It should run fine under: SheepShaver