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Welcome to the OSx86 Project - the undisputed leader in information regarding OS X on x86 hardware and Apple's Intel transition. Open since 2005, the OSx86 Project offers users a place to something something something there needs to be some more text I feel as if there is not much here. Yeah, it's still kinda sparse. I'm going to keep typing. At some point someone else can write soemthing because I'm not sure what to put here. Alas. Be sure to visit our [http://forum.insanelymac.com forum] for the best Macintel resources and discussion around.
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Welcome to the OSx86 Project - the undisputed leader in information regarding OS X on x86 hardware and Apple's Intel transition. Open since 2005, the OSx86 Project offers users a place to trade and share information about OSx86 and the various hardware needed to run it; a virtual Wikipedia of OSx86 resources. After browsing the wiki, be sure to visit our [http://forum.insanelymac.com forum] for the best Macintel resourc\iscussion around.
 
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*You can find our screenshots in [[OSx86:Gallery|The Gallery]]
 
*You can find our screenshots in [[OSx86:Gallery|The Gallery]]
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Latest revision as of 20:35, 14 March 2007

Welcome to the OSx86 Project

Welcome to the OSx86 Project - the undisputed leader in information regarding OS X on x86 hardware and Apple's Intel transition. Open since 2005, the OSx86 Project offers users a place to trade and share information about OSx86 and the various hardware needed to run it; a virtual Wikipedia of OSx86 resources. After browsing the wiki, be sure to visit our forum for the best Macintel resourc\iscussion around.

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