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You will be able to boot into 10.3 or 9.2. While running 10.3, you can
also run Classic. Almost everything that runs under 9.2 will run under
10.3, either natively (if it's carbonized) or in Classic (if it's not
Almost all Mac software produced today will run under 10.3, although
some of it requires 10.3.9, but 10.3.9 is a free upgrade for all 10.3
Classic mode is true 9.2 (or 9.1 if that's what you have installed)
running under OS X. If there is a slowdown, it is imperceptible.
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