Browse Dozens of Retro Classic Mac OS Screen Shots from 1984 to 1999
Do you enjoy taking trips down computing memory lane? Why not take a gander at screenshots of old Macintosh Mac OS releases from yesteryear, like Mac OS System 1, System 4, System 7, and System 9?
A fun site called VersionMuseum hosts collections of screen shots from old software releases, including historical Mac OS versions.
Take a virtual trip down retro tech memory lane and explore some of the screen shot galleries through the links below:
- Check out VersionMuseum: 17 Years of Classic Mac OS Screen Shots (Macintosh OS System 1 to Mac OS System 9)
And if you want to get some flashback screenshots of the Windows world, they have 34 years of Windows screenshots too covering everything from Windows 1.0, Windows 3.11, Windows 95, Windows 2000, Windows XP, all the way up to Windows 10.
If screenshots aren’t enough for you, don’t forget you can get hands on and actually run and experience many of these retro computing environments directly and easier than ever before, either in web browsers or through emulators. For example, you can run the very first web browser, appropriately called WorldWideWeb, run Classic Mac OS in a web browser, run Windows 1.0 in a web browser, run Windows 95 as a Mac app, run Mac OS Classic under Mac OS X with mini vMac, amongst many other retro computing experiences.