While Classilla has a lot of critical patches applied (which is why it's being released, even in unfinished form), there are still security, stability and compatibility issues yet to be fixed and many sites still won't work, or worse. Classilla isn't designed as an application where Mac OS support is an afterthought; it's built to be Mac first and always.
(Note: only MDDs Fire Wire 800 ports can boot into OS 9, models with Fire Wire 800 ports require OS X.
The install CD I used is Apple part number 691-4078-A.) Recently I was contacted by a client who was looking for just this.
It takes a little getting used to, but thanks to today's smartphones, many of the most popular sites have mobile versions that are almost, if not more, functional than their desktop equivalents.
And that pays off for us too: simpler pages render faster on old CPUs, use less memory and get more done.
The MDD uses a model-specific version of Mac OS 9.2.2, newer than what was included on the last retail OS 9 installer.
You need the bundled discs if you want to reinstall a bootable OS 9 on this machine.
It is for those of you who wish to stay with Mac OS System 9 that this update guide was created.
By installing these components, you gain the most potential from your investment.
These OS versions can upgrade to Sierra: Disk space: 8 GB of free space on drive.
In the same About this Mac menu select "Storage" tab.
Use it without cost or restriction; or, if you've got the skills, hack it and make it your own. If it'll work and it'll help, it'll be in Classilla.