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The article that follows is intended as an introductory guide to the art of emulating the Macintosh computer and operating system on Windows based computers. This guide will first introduce you to various incarnations of the 68K Apple Macintosh computer, and to the operating systems used with them. Following this, the guide will focus on the actual processes behind Mac emulation, by explaining how to set-up and run a free program called "Basilisk II." Once configured to run properly on your Windows system, this program will allow you to use Macintosh software, CD-ROMS and floppy disks in conjunction with a Windows based PC. Even if you do not have any practical uses for the above, simply accomplishing them can be quite fascinating.

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