Would you use your vintage Mac to surf the internet more if there were more simple websites based on simple text, static images, and smaller screen resolution?

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  • GitHub repo wrp

    Web Rendering Proxy: Use vintage, historical, legacy browsers on modern web

    There is also https://github.com/tenox7/wrp which renders modern webpages as an imagemap so it is viewable on old browsers. Theoretically it will show the pages just like they should be, though I haven't played with that one yet , it requires a local install.

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