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Figure 44. Pages in action
If you have followed all the steps described in this Short Cut, you should now have
a functional Mac OS X working in Windows.
Before installing PearPC and using Mac OS X, you need to keep several things in
• You need a license to run Mac OS X—that is, you need to buy a copy of Mac
• The installation process takes time. Don't install Mac OS X on a slow machine;
even on my test machine, it still took me quite a while to get all of the
installation done. Also, make sure you have lots of free hard disk space. The
hard disk image itself takes up 6 GB, and the additional installation disk images
are going to take up a few more gigabytes.