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MAC OS - Apple MacIntosh.

Definition of Mac OS and Apple Macintosh

Mac OS: This is the operating system that runs on Macintosh computers. It is pronounced, "mack-oh-es." The Mac OS has been around since the first Macintosh was introduced in 1984. Since then it has been continually updated and many new features have been added to it. Each major OS release is signified by a new number (i.e. Mac OS 8, Mac OS 9). Since the core of the Mac OS was nearly decades old Apple decided to completely revamp the operating system. In March of 2001 Apple introduced a completely new version of the Mac OS that was written from the ground up. The company dubbed it "Mac OS X," correctly pronounced "Mac OS 10." Unlike earlier versions of the Mac OS, Mac OS X is based on the same kernel as BSD Unix and has many advanced administrative features and utilities. Though the operating system is much more advanced than earlier versions of the Mac OS it still has the same ease-of-use that people have come to expect from Apple software.

Macintosh: This is the name of the computers that are made by Apple Computer. The first Macintosh was introduced in 1984 and was seen as a major innovation in computing ease-of-use. The Macintosh was one of the first personal computers to use a graphical user interface (GUI), which allowed the user to interact with the operating system by using a mouse to click and drag objects. Since 1984 Apple has continually revised and upgraded the Macintosh product line and now makes both laptop and desktop versions of the Macintosh. The Macintosh product line includes the following five different models.

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A beginner guide to the Mac "These pages are intended to help those who are new to the Mac Operating System (OS) get acquainted with their new environment. Many of the tips will also be valuable to more experienced users. These tips are shown using OS 8.6 and 9. Most will work with OS 8.1 and above-"  
MacOs Hints More than 7000 hints served for Mac Users!  
MacOs X 10.2 "Welcome to our FREE orientation tutorials for Apple® Mac OS® X version 10.2 (Jaguar). The future of the Mac OS is now, featuring a UNIX core, a stunning new interface, and backward compatibility with existing Mac OS applications."  
PC to Mac Tutorial
There are lots of reasons to switch from PC to Mac. Maybe you just have to have that sleek new MacBook Air, or perhaps you're annoyed by Windows 8's dueling interfaces. There's no doubt that OS X looks and feels very different from any version of Windows. Instead of Windows Explorer, there's a Finder. And closing apps and switching between programs works differently. However, with a few simple tips, you'll feel right at home in no time. - See more at: http://www.laptopmag.com/pc-to-mac-tutorial#sthash.NdnCnSfV.dpuf
There are lots of reasons to switch from PC to Mac. Maybe you just have to have that sleek new MacBook Air, or perhaps you're annoyed by Windows 8's dueling interfaces. There's no doubt that OS X looks and feels very different from any version of Windows. Instead of Windows Explorer, there's a Finder. And closing apps and switching between programs works differently. However, with a few simple tips, you'll feel right at home in no time. - See more at: http://www.laptopmag.com/pc-to-mac-tutorial#sthash.NdnCnSfV.dpuf
There are lots of reasons to switch from PC to Mac. Maybe you just have to have that sleek new MacBook Air, or perhaps you're annoyed by Windows 8's dueling interfaces. There's no doubt that OS X looks and feels very different from any version of Windows. Instead of Windows Explorer, there's a Finder. And closing apps and switching between programs works differently. However, with a few simple tips, you'll feel right at home in no time. - See more at: http://www.laptopmag.com/pc-to-mac-tutorial#sthash.NdnCnSfV.dpuf

There are lots of reasons to switch from PC to Mac. Maybe you just have to have that sleek new MacBook Air, or perhaps you're annoyed by Windows 8's dueling interfaces. There's no doubt that OS X looks and feels very different from any version of Windows. Instead of Windows Explorer, there's a Finder. And closing apps and switching between programs works differently. However, with a few simple tips, you'll feel right at home in no time

 
Osxbasics Whether you're new to OS X or just want to brush up on the basics, this tutorial will cover the most important things you'll need to know. We'll show you how to create folders, work with files, adjust settings, and much more.  
Mac Beginner's Guide This guide serves to provide information for users who are new to or want to know more about the Mac platform. If you are interested in learning about software, media players, shortcuts and would like to find out some useful tips, tricks and hints then this guide should prove valuable. It is by no means exhaustive, but is rather intended to give you a head start and a better insight into the world of Mac.  
MacBook Basics Mac Book Basics. Mac Os X Basics. PDF Format. 89 pages.  
         

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