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technologist

 
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Originally Posted by Graphite
Alright ive read enough stupid wrong answers.
Perhaps people I have not read answered this correctly, but I dont really care.

first apple ran dos.
It should be noted that that "DOS" was AppleDOS or ProDOS. No relation to MS-DOS or PC-DOS.
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first mac was in 1984 and had no hd,
Eventually there were external HDs...but they were very slow.
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it ran system 1 up to 3.2 it was called something 128k
it was not until system 6 did the OS actually become useful (it is still used today.)
Many people did use early versions of the Mac System software. System 1-5 were quite powerful for their time.
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system 7 is different from system 6, and all the OS from 7-9 are different from 6. Not until 10 did some features return.
it was not until osx (10.0.0) that unix was brought into the system
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