Macintosh, or Mac for short, is a computer designed by Apple. Steve Jobs introduced the first Mac in 1984, and it was marketed as the first personal computer to fully integrate a graphical user interface (GUI) instead of using a command-line interface. Apple has released dozens of versions of their Mac desktop computers, ranging from the 2.7 pound Mac mini to the most recent iMac A1312 model. iMacs ship with up to an Intel Core i7 processor, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, 2TB HDD, and a 27″ IPS screen. They have become the most popular Mac computer model, with some reports stating that a third of all recent PC sales were iMacs.

Macs also come in several varieties other than desktops. Apple has released popular laptops such as the MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro as well as high end servers such as the Mac mini Server and the Mac Pro Server.

Apple’s Macintosh computers are the biggest competitor to the Microsoft Windows operation system. There are major supporters for both sides, but Windows has the biggest following. However, over the last several years Macs have become more and more popular and are slowly closing the gap. Most users agree that Macs are better for video editing using their built-in iMovie program and for Image editing using Adobe Photoshop. However, there are a lot more software developers for Windows, so a lot of programs do not have a Mac compatible versions. Most Mac users argue though that there are nearly always alternative programs that can accomplish the same tasks as any Windows software.

There are a lot of emulators available for Macs, and we at Free Emulator are working hard to provide you with the best ones.

Mac Emulators

Video Game Emulators
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Nintendo 64
Nintendo DS
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Sega Genesis
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