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Rosetta is a discontinued dynamic binary translator for Mac OS X that allowed many PowerPC applications to run on certain Intel-based Macintosh computers without modification. Apple released Rosetta in when it changed the instruction set. What about the applications you already own? Enter Rosetta. You'll never see it, you'll never configure it, you'll never have to think about it. It's built into Mac OS. The Rosetta PowerPC emulation layer was no longer offered starting with OS X in As you have a MacPro, you can install Parallels.
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It isn't a secret that Apple is killing support for Rosetta in OS X Lion the first version of OS X that won't support the PowerPC platform and apps designed to. Rosetta is a lightweight dynamic translation emulator for Mac OS X distributed by Apple. It enables applications compiled for the PowerPC family of processors to. 8 Sep Rosetta is Apple's utility that lets applications designed to run only on PowerPC- based Macs to launch and run on Intel-based Macs, too. 8 Jun based company of 65 has been working with Apple on Rosetta, a dynamic binary translator that runs PowerPC code on Intel-based Macs. Rosetta Apple passed away in Montgomery, Alabama. Funeral Home Services for Rosetta are being provided by Phillips-Riley Funeral Home. The obituary was .
16 Aug Rosetta Performance - Microsoft Word HTML Conversion (Quad), Apple Mac Pro GHz (Dual), Apple PowerMac G5 GHz (Dual). 8 Jun A KEY PLANK in Apple's strategy to migrate its existing customerbase over to the new Intel based platforms is its Rosetta technology. Transitive's technology came at a fortunate time for Apple. In the Rosetta allowed existing PowerPC applications to run on Intel-based Macintosh computers. Rosetta existed to support legacy code from before the switch to Intel processors. The switch was announced at WWDC in and Rosetta was around to help.