Collecting old Apple computers is something that has won over many fans of the brand, but the technology has evolved so much that the usefulness of these computers is very limited. Improved web protocols mean, for example, that browsers on older systems can hardly open anything.
For these cases it was created Retrozilla
Go back to be able to move forward
Both on Reddit and the MacRumors forums there are people commenting on its use on systems like Mac OS X Tiger:
These experiences breathe a little more life into Macs that have long been considered obsolete, for the simple reason that they allow us to browse the modern Internet. Limitations are still many and performance will be very tightbut at least we can access almost daily use websites such as Wikipedia.
You can download RetroZilla for Mac for free from this post on the MacRumors forums, although it is already warned that it is something very experimental and therefore may fail. It is intended to run on Mac OS X Tiger or Leopard and the person responsible for porting it to the platform is asking for help to find out if it runs on Mac OS Panther or Jaguar.