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9 Mar, 2004

Amit Singh wrote A History of Apple's Operating Systems discussing operating systems that Apple has created in the past, and many that it tried to create, including some technologies that eventually led to Mac OS X. Goals of the document include better understanding the reasons, and wherever possible, the rationale behind Mac OS X and its important components. This, in turn, should be helpful in understanding and appreciating the system as it is today.

Mac OS rules! I shall add.

> read the A History of Apple's Operating Systems by Amit Singh

Posted by Antony at March 9, 2004 5:27 PM
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