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Copy of Copy of Copy of OS

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MAC OS 9 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Presented By: MACINTOSH OS
Witness the evolution through time of Macintosh’s operating system, Mac OS. See where it all began, from System 1.0 (1984) to Mac OS X 10.8: Mountain Lion (2012).
Mac OS can be divided into two families:

1. Mac OS Classic , which was based on Apple's own code.

2. Mac OS X , developed from Mac OS Classic and NeXTSTEP, which was UNIX-based. SYSTEM 1 First Macintosh SCREENSHOTS Desktop with applications in System 1.1. First run in System 1.1 Desk Accessories(DA) Application Manager File Manager System Manager System Features

System 4- is the fourth major upgrade of the Macintosh system software. System 4 was first released in January 1987.

Versions:
Mar 1987 System 4.0
Apr 1987 System 4.1
Oct 87 System 4.2
Nov 87 System 4.3 General in System 4.2 Mouse in System 4.2 Keyboard in System 4.2 System Manager Application manager in System 4.2 File manager in System 4.2, same as in System 3.0 Search in System 4.2 Trash can in System 4.2, same as in System 3.0 System Features Welcome splash in System 4.2, same as in System 3.0. Startup Shutdown complete in System 4.2. SYSTEM 6 The operating system was up 6.0 system largely in assembler and partially programmed in Pascal and used a 24-bit addressing. Cooperative multi-tasking could optionally be activated in system 6. SCREENSHOTS Macintosh Finder system folder control panel file search Apple Menü und Scrapbook •is the final major release of Apple's Classic Mac OS operating system Version:
•9.0(sonata)
•9.0.2
•9.0.3
•9.0.4(minuet)
•9.1(fortissimo)
•9.2(moonlight)
•9.2.1(limelight)
•9.2.2
multi-user support
file security
AppleScript
file sharing over TCP/IP
Sherlock 2 as well as greatly improved Internet integration Features: SCREENSHOTS desktop First run in Mac OS 9.0 Empty desktop in Mac OS 9.0 Desktop with applications in Mac OS 9. settings Settings menu in Mac OS 9.0 (Control Panels) General in Mac OS 9.0 Appearance in Mac OS 9.0 (Appearance) Display in Mac OS 9.0 (Monitors) System Managers Application manager in Mac OS 9.0 File manager in Mac OS 9.0 (Finder) Running applications in Mac OS 9.0 System features Search in Mac OS 9.0 (Sherlock 2) Trash can in Mac OS 9.0 (Trash) Welcome Splash Welcome splash in Mac OS 9.0


Login screen in Mac OS 9.0.

Logout screen in Mac OS 9.0
Shutdown window in Mac OS 9.0 is the world’s most advanced operating system, built upon a proven UNIX foundation, coupled with a GPU-accelerated desktop, intuitive networking services, and system-wide optimization for multicore CPUs. MAJOR COMPONENTS Version 10.8: Mountain Lion
(February 16, 2012) -Power Nap
- iOS Integration (including iMessage)
-AirPlay Mirroring
-Gatekeeper
-iCloud Documents The first Mac was introduced by Apple's then-chairman Steve Jobs; it was the first commercially successful personal computer to feature a mouse and a Graphical User Interface rather than a command-line Interface. Versions of System 1:
•System 1.0
•System 1.1 Release of Mac OS Versions •System 1-January (1984)
•System 2- April (1985)
•System 3- January (1986)
•System 4- January (1987)
•System 5- October (1987)
•System 6- April (1988)
•System 7- May (1981)
•Mac OS 8- July (1997)
•Mac OS 9- October (1999)
•MAC OS X- – March (2001) MAJOR COMPONENTS

OF

SYSTEM 1 FEATURES System 4.2 • About the Macintosh dialog box was improved, now contained RAM usage a computer would today.
• The Color menu was made on color capable Macs.
• Backgrounder, DA Handler, Early Access, and Print Moniter were made into the Mac.
• Cooperative multitasking via MultiFinder was made. Macintosh II (1987) Release Date March 2, 1987

Discontinued January 15, 1990

CPU Motorola 68020 @ 16 MHz

Memory 1 MB, expandable to 20 MB (68 MB via FDHD upgrade kit) (120 ns 30-pin SIMM) Macintosh II introduced space for an internal hard disk (originally 20 MB or 40 MB) and an optional second floppy disk drive.
It also was the first Macintosh computer, simultaneously with the Macintosh SE, to use the Apple Desktop Bus (ADB), introduced with the Apple IIGS, for keyboard and mouse interface.
The primary improvement in the Mac II was Color QuickDraw in ROM, a color version of the graphics language which was the heart of the machine. Macintosh SE (1987) Release dateMarch 2, 1987

DiscontinuedOctober 15, 1990

CPUMotorola 68000 @ 8 MHz

Memory(150 ns 30-pin SIMM) First compact Macintosh with space for an internal hard disk (originally 20 MB or 40 MB), or, if the user preferred, dual floppy drives. First compact Macintosh that featured an expansion slot (SE stood for “System Expansion”). Improved SCSI support with faster data throughput. Better reliability and longer life expectancy due to the addition of a fan. Optionally applications run with the multi Finder in cooperative multitasking. The file system can organize hard disks up to 2 GByte with 65,536 files. For word processing are programs such as WriteNow, MacWrite II, and Microsoft Word 4.0 available. MENUS DESKTOP SCREENSHOTS System Software 6 series included the following versions: System Software 6.0 (System 4.4, Finder 6.1, MultiFinder 1.1 — the version numbers of the System and MultiFinder files were changed to 6.0 just before the public release)
System Software 6.0.1
System Software 6.0.2 System Software 6.0.3
System Software 6.0.4
System Software 6.0.5
System Software 6.0.6 (only released as an embedded part of the ROM of the Macintosh Classic) System Software 6.0.7
System Software 6.0.8 (identical to System 6.0.7, but configured with System 7.0 printing software for printer sharing with System 7)
System Software 6.0.8L (only for Macintosh Classic, Classic II, PowerBook 100, Macintosh LC, LC II) Types SYSTEM 4 Desktop First run in System 4.2 Desktop with applications in System 4.2. Settings It requires 1 MB RAM and can address up to 8 MB. MAC OS X Alamis, Arianne R.
Delis, Ma. Roma H.
Lego, John Robert D.
LLemit, Charmaine T.
Moralde, Monica M. THE END :) Welcome Splash Dialogs Mac operating system is based on Unix while Windows operating system is based on DOS programming language.

Mac is more secure than windows as windows can be easily hacked since it is used universally.

Mac is focused on graphics and multimedia functions while windows is focused on office function.

Mac don't have a big desktop unit instead only have a monitor whereas in windows there is a big desktop unit.

Close and minimize boxes are in the top left corners of the monitor in Mac while it is on top right corners of the monitor in windows. Difference between
Mac OS and Linux Difference between
Mac OS and Windows Mac is an entire platform consisting of software and hardware while Linux is just an operating system consisting of only software.

Mac is focused on graphics and multimedia functions while Linux is focused on office functions.

Mac cannot be installed on all the computers whereas Linux is an operating system that can be installed on any computer. Releases of MAC OS X are named after big cats: 10.0: Cheetah – March 24, 2001
10.1: Puma – September 25, 2001
10.2: Jaguar – August 23, 2002
10.3: Panther – October 24, 2003
10.4: Tiger – April 29, 2005
10.5: Leopard – October 26, 2007
10.6: Snow Leopard – August 28, 2009
10.7: Lion – July 20, 2011
10.8: Mountain Lion FEBRUARY 16, 2012 RELEASE DATE: January 24, 1984 DISCONTINUED: October 1, 1985 Major Components of MAC OS 9
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