I thought you folks might find this interesting, even though it's fairly impractical. I recently picked up a copy of VirtualPC 7 for my work G5, primarily to allow me to run some windows programs that I need(such as Originplot). I bought a copy of VirtualPC that included Windows XP Professional for $12 including shipping on Ebay. After installing it, I thought that I would at least install some current, still maintained browsers even though I have no intention of actually using them. Below is a screen shot running Firfox 31.1.1 in Windows XP on my Dual Core G5. Unfortunately, the limitations of VirtualPC make everything very slow. It's actually fine for the fairly simple programs I want to run, but a modern web browser is a bit much. VirtualPC will only allow me to allocate 512mb of RAM to Windows, and I think that allowing more might speed things up. In any case, here it is. As I said, it's not really practical, but is at least possible.