UtilityXTM Gets Update And Name Change

Other World Computing has released an update, and changed the name of Unsupported UtilityXTM. Now called XpOSfacto, it is designed to allow the installation and running of OS X on pre-G3 Macs. The update includes SCSI CD-ROM device support and bug fixes. According to Other World Computing:

Other World Computing, a leading provider of products and services for the Macintosh marketplace, has changed the name of Unsupported UtilityXTM to XpOSfacto.

In addition, OWC today released version 2.11 of XpOSfacto, OWCis software application that allows Mac OS X to operate on select pre-G3 Macintosh computers.

The key new feature in v2.11 is support for a wider range of SCSI CD-ROM devices, including CD-R and CD-RW devices. There is also support for burning custom Mac OS X install CDs.

XpOSfacto v2.11 also fixes a problem reading the catalogs of highly fragmented hard drives and fixes a previous incompatibility issue with NoFinderZoom9.

You can find more information about XpOSfacto at the Other World Computing Web site. XpOSfacto 2.11 is available freeware.