People use Mac Classic mode to use older applications that have not been updated to work with Mac OS X. Epson Printers in Mac Classic Mode The Mac Classic emulation process is problematic for some peripheral hardware like a printer because while the drivers exist for the modern Apple computer, they may not for the older operating system. A given program may work, but if you try to print with from the program, the process may fail. Epson provides a list of printers that are compatible with Mac Classic on their support site, including Stylus Color 3000, Stylus Pro 5000, Stylus Pro 5500, Stylus Pro 7000, Stylus Pro 7600, Stylus Pro 9600 DYE, Stylus Pro 7500, Stylus Pro 9000, Stylus Pro 9500, Stylus Pro 10000/10000CF, and Stylus Pro 10600/10600CF. Older printers that were supported in the earlier versions of Mac OS may be supported as well.
The home in Los Altos, California where the tech legend first launched his computer company is being evaluated as a historic property by the local council. The application argues that the ranch-style house is significant because it is in ‘the neighorhood which fostered innovation and creativity’. Unexpected landmark: The boyhood home where Steve Jobs grew up is up for historic status Starting point: Jobs and Steve Wozniak (pictured here in 1976) built their first 50 computers in the garage CNN reports that if approved by the seven-person committee, the house will have to be preserved and kept in it’s current condition as a tribute to the deceased former inhabitant. ‘Innovator’: The application for historic status hails Jobs as a legend Steve Jobs moved into the house with his family when he was in 7th grade and went on to create personal computers in the garage. The humble beginnings of the massive technology company have played an important role in the mythology of Apple and Jobs.