- Software bridge between Mac and UNIX solves university's LAN dilemma. // T H E Journal;Feb94, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p26
Focuses on the successful merging of Macintosh computers and Sun Microsystems UNIX workstations. Selection of appropriate software; Advancement in network services; Role in peer-to-peer networking.
- Macs win ROI metric. Sherman, Erik // Software Magazine;Jan98, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p10
Discusses the return of investments being generated by Macintosh computers. Advantages of a Macintosh computer over Windows when it comes to connecting computers to NT networks.
- HOT JAVA REVIVES MAC PROGRAMMING. Coffee, Peter // eWeek;4/8/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 14, p58
Reports the inclusion of Apple Project Builder development suite in the Macintosh. Priority memory access to the built-in ROM Toolbox user interface code; Implementation of the Mac OS X Java; Incorporation of Java code on the Macintosh.
- CD-ROM. // Electronic Design;1/8/96, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p96F
Reports on the features of the Windows version of TrueMotion-S Compressor, which is styled after the Macintosh version. When shipment of this version began; Price of the product; Telephone number to call for further information.
- System 7.5 enhancements. Eckhardt, Robert C. // Macworld;Jun95, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p96
Presents several products to improve the performance of the Macintosh operating system called System 7.5. Includes RAM Doubler; Antiviral software called SAM from Symantec; PopupFolder 1.5; MultiClip Pro 3.1; QuickKeys; Extensions Manager.
- Apple Computer-A Revel Without A Clue. Finneran, Michael // Business Communications Review;Mar2002, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p22
Focuses on the negative aspects of the computer operating system of Macintosh computers. History on the development of the Macintosh computer; Compatibility of the operating system to the computer; Views of consumers on the Macintosh computers.
- Systems watch. Gruman, Galen // Macworld;Feb1997, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p37
Looks at developments related to computer systems, as of February 1997. The Mac operating system (OS) for Common Hardware Reference Platform (CHRP) expected to be ready in the spring of 1997; Umax and Motorola to introduce new systems in January 1997; Taiwan's Tatung signing a deal with IBM to...
- The Mac OS's interim steps. Gruman, Galen; Mello, Adrian // Macworld;Mar97, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p37
Reports on the mid-1997 Macintosh operating system (OS) update, code-named Tempo and likely to be called System 7.7. What Apple chief executive officer (CEO) Gilbert Amelio said about the computer operating systems; Object-oriented integration of the Internet; Multithreading.
- Mac. Withers, Stephen // Australian Personal Computer;Jan1997, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p111
Features the Communications Toolbox suite of the System 7.x computer operating system for Macintosh computers. Terminal manager tools; File transfer tools; Connection manager tools.