The Evolution of Mac

Mac, it is a family of desktop and laptop computers introduced by Apple. It was the first computer to popularize the graphical user interface.

Mac combines hardware and software together to provide an easy-to-use system to Mac users. You can run Windows and DOS applications in your Mac computer for it has With a Windows emulator such as Virtual PC.

The Apple II was introduced in 1977. Apple II is a fully-assembled compute. Its open architecture encouraged third-party vendors to build plug-in hardware enhancements. Apple II has plus sound and color graphics, so it is become the most widely used computer in the home and classroom.

For Apple aimed at the corporate market. In 1983, Apple introduced the Lisa. But Lisa was soon dropped in favor of the Mac. Mac was successful as a low-cost desktop publishing system. It is as a graphics-based machine.

In 1987, the Mac II continues to offer higher speed, larger screens in color and traditional cabinetry that accepted third-party add-in cards.

In 1994, Apple came out with its first PowerPC-based PowerMacs. Its PowerBook laptops were an instant success, and all subsequent models departed from the original Motorola 680x0 architecture to the PowerPC.

In 1994, Apple began to license its OS to system vendors in order to create a Macintosh clone industry, which pundits had been suggesting for years.

In 1997, Apple acquired NeXT Computer, which brought Steve Jobs back to the company he founded and gave it a raft of object-oriented development tools, parts of which filtered down into the Mac OS X operating system.

In 1998, Apple introduced the iMac, a low-priced Internet-ready Mac that was the first personal computer without a floppy disk. Self-contained in one unit like the original Mac, making it become the fastest-selling computer in its history.