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A Scottish surname
A brand of personal computer manufactured by Apple Inc
A raincoat
{i} type of personal computer manufactured by Apple Computer
The Macintosh was a computer created by Apple which became famous for its robustness and user-friendliness Remembered for its achievements in computer design, it helped prevent the PC from going into the voids of techno gibberish Even till today, a lot of people use the Macintosh in their daily lives, and yes, Macintoshes are also known as 'Macs' - something that has lived on through the years
A type of PC created by Apple Computer in 1984 that first commercially introduced the graphical user interface (GUI), complete with a mouse, icons, and windows Microsoft Windows uses in its design similar elements as the Macintosh operating system The Mac operating system is the most popular alternative to Windows
Computer developed by Apple Computers, first released in 1984 The Macintosh was one of the first computers to use a graphical user interface Today, Apple continues to produce many different models of Macintosh
A line of personal computers created by Apple Computer and released in 1984 The Macintosh pioneered the graphical user interface (GUI), which was first developed but never successfully marketed by Xerox Corporation The Macintosh also pioneered the concept of Plug and Play peripherals, built-in SCSI device support, and built-in local area networking Early Macs were based on the Motorola 680x0 series of microprocessors; today's Power Macintoshes use Motorola's PowerPC microprocessor, a RISC chip Since the introduction of Microsoft Windows, Apple has seen its technological lead steadily erode In 1998 and continuing into 2001, Macintosh sales picked up after the introduction of powerful new models based on the G3 and G4 microprocessors, including the iMac
a lightweight waterproof (usually rubberized) fabric
A personal computer introduced in the mid-1980s as an alternative to the IBM PC Macintoshes popularized the graphical user interface and the 3 1/2 inch diskette drive
A popular series of personal computers manufactured by Apple Computer It enjoys widespread use in desktop publishing, education, and graphics-related applications
Non-IBM compatable type Personal Computer
A popular type of computer
Type of microcomputer made by the Apple computer company
a waterproof raincoat made of rubberized fabric
A computer system manufactured by Apple that is incompatible with most everything else at Tech
The computers made by Apple Computers and their operating system, Macintosh is Microsoft Windows number one competitor
A brand of Personal Computer built by Apple computers and famous for its intuitive and easy to use desktop environment
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A line of personal computers first developed in 1984 by Apple Computer Corporation They are known for their graphical user interface, and their ease of use For many years they dominated the educational computer market
Any of a group of computers manufactured by Apple Computer in the Macintosh family such as the Macintosh IIsi, the Macintosh Classic II or the Macintosh IIx
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An alternative personal computer platform to DOS-based PCs developed by Apple in the 1980s
A Macintosh (or a Mac for short) is a computer system that has Mac OS for its OS There are a few different companies that produce Macs, but by far the largest is Apple Older Macs are based on the 68xx processor, newer Macs on the PowerPC processor The Macintosh was really the first general purpose computer to employ a GUI
A line of computers manufactured by Apple
A highly successful line of personal computers designed by Apple Computers Called a "Mac" for short, Macintosh computers, with their operating system called "System", practically pioneered the graphical user interface Using a system of a desktop work area and icons to represent files, Macs were a long-time favorite for people wanting ease-of-use and a visual interface
Same as Mackintosh
A popular model of computer made by Apple Computer Introduced in 1984, the Macintosh features a graphical user interface (GUI) that utilizes windows, icons, and a mouse to make it relatively easy for novices to use the computer productively Rather than learning a complex set of commands, you need only point to a selection on a menu and click a mouse button Moreover, the GUI is embedded into the operating system This means that all applications that run on a Macintosh computer have a similar user interface Once a user has become familiar with one application, he or she can learn new applications relatively easily The success of the Macintosh GUI led heralded a new age of graphics-based applications and operating systems The Windows interface copies many features from the Mac There are many different Macintosh models, with varying degrees of speed and power All models are available in many different configurations All models since 1994 are based on the PowerPC microprocessor
"Created at Apple Computer by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and their team of engineers and hackers and introduced in January 1984 The Macintosh popularized the GUI [graphical user interface] concept (originally developed at Xerox PARC and SRI International), introduced users to windows and menubars, and made the desktop - not to mention the mouse - staples in computing "- Wired Style
Motorola 68030 processor; System 6 07 (or higher); TrueType font extension software (this is built into System 7 and above); 2Mb free RAM; CD-ROM drive w/CD system driver vs 4 0 or higher (to read ISO 9660 CDs); Monitor (12 inch minimum)
see mackintosh. Apple Macintosh Mac a type of personal computer
A waterproof long coat made of rubberized cloth
By extension, any waterproof coat or raincoat

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Waterproof rubberized cloth
A waterproof coat or raincoat
{i} raincoat made of waterproofed fabric
a waterproof raincoat made of rubberized fabric
A waterproof outer garment; so called from the name of the inventor
a lightweight waterproof (usually rubberized) fabric
A mackintosh is a raincoat, especially one made from a particular kind of waterproof cloth. a coat which you wear to keep out the rain = mac, raincoat raincoat (Charles Macintosh (1766-1843), Scottish scientist who invented a way of preventing liquid from getting through cloth)
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    /ˈmakənˌtôsʜ/ /ˈmækənˌtɔːʃ/

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    (noun.) 1836. Charles Macintosh died 1843 Scottish chemist & inventor.

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