Mac OS 9.2 is an operating system that was designed and developed by Apple in 2001 alongside Apple’s personal computers. The system has been released on June 18, 2001, and was available for $99 or was preinstalled on currently sold computers. This software gets last update (9.2.2) on December 5, 2001, and later has been replaced by a newer version of Mac OS X 10.1 Puma.
Mac OS 9.2 was the last major release of Apple’s classic Mac OS. Generally, the Ninth version of the Macintosh operating system contains many improvements including a Software Update engine, Support for multiple users, Open Transport Networking, iTools, Sherlock 2, or full multitasking. Mac OS 9 has been discontinued in 2001 however, all functions have been moved to Mac OS X. The final update of Mac OS 9.2 increased performance noticeably and improved Classic Environment support.
Today Mac OS 9.2 is 20 years old!
Mac OS 9.2 General Information
|Introduced||June 18, 2001 (9.2)|
August 21, 2001 (9.2.1)
December 5, 2001 (9.2.2)
|System Requirements||PowerPC G3 processor (Original PowerBook G3 not supported)|
32 MB RAM
320 MB of hard disk space
|Versions||Mac OS 9.2|
Mac OS 9.2.1
Mac OS 9.2.2