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Chapter 18. The Classic Environment > Using the Classic Preferences Pane

Using the Classic Preferences Pane

In Mac OS X, you set options for the Classic environment with the Classic preferences pane. This pane offers options in three areas:

  • Start/Stop (Figure 22) enables you to launch the Classic environment within Mac OS X, or to restart or force quit the Classic environment once it is running.

    Figure 22. The Start/Stop options of the Classic preferences pane.

  • Advanced (Figure 31) enables you to set Startup and sleep options for the Classic environment and to rebuild the desktop files used by the Classic environment.

    Figure 31. The Advanced tab of the Classic preferences pane.

  • Memory/Versions (Figure 36) displays information about Mac OS 9 processes currently running in the Classic environment.

    Figure 36. The Memory/Versions area of the Classic preferences pane, with two applications running.


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