There are many sites out there that have collected fully legal shareware, freeware, and demo versions of many DOS games. And are two such sites. Well, you probably don't want to just sit in DOS all day, so go grab some games. Launch the program, and you'll be staring at the familiar white-on-black DOS interface. Emulator for old mac games. So what next?
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But the underlying sentiment is the same. It still uses a DisplayLink adapter and software to send VGA, DVI, or HDMI signals to any monitor you connect it to. But it places more stress on the CPU as the drivers do more of the heavy lifting. They acknowledge issues [displaylink.com] with the software on Mac OS X. Perhaps Apple just got tired of.
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