Many apple products have the I in the name like the iPod, iPhone, and iPad but in the early 2000s apple was producing the eMac. By the time that the iMac G4 was the newest iMac apple want to get back into education market but the iMac G4 wasn’t vary good in this market because the LCD screen was too expensive so with the eMac they use a CRT the E also stands for education. The eMac got updated a little but the was disconnected. Thank you for visiting https://eddy4ai.com, Edward.
Many people know Apple for making The Macintosh, ipad, mac, iphone, and apple watch but the apple 1, 2, 3, and Lisa isn’t mentioned as much.
In 1995 apple released the power Mac computer but by this time apple a dying but in in the early 2000s apple remade 4 products one of witch was the power Mac the new power was the power mac G3 blue&white. Later during the Intel transition apple rebranded the power Mac to the Mac Pro, today we have the 2019 Mac Pro. Thanks for reading this post on edd4ai.com, Edward.
We mention Linux a lot but we never mentioned what it is Linux is a Unix based kernel that’s open source but you can just download Linux you have to find a distribution like Ubuntu, centos, redhat, debain, and fedora there pretty different but deep down they’re still Linux. Linux also has desktops like gnome, KDE plasma, and mate but you can still get a good old kernel with some of the core or server distribution and in the desktop open the terminal. Thanks for reading this post on eddy4ai.com please come back or donate, Edward.
After the apple 1’s success apple wanted to build onto it to make another great computer witch is the apple 11 witch has several major improvements the biggest is that it came completed the apple 1 had to be made by you. Apple made more apple 11s even after the apple 111, the Lisa, and the Macintosh like the 11e the 11ci and the 11vx. Some of the apple 11s have the MacintoshOS like the 11ci and the 11vx. The last apple 11 was the 11vx that had a CD drive. Please come back to eddy4ai.com, thanks, Edward.
Windows vista isn’t the best windows release but once you know all the work that went into it, you might think that it should be a amazing release or you might feel bad for the Microsoft developers but we can get into that later now let’s start from the beginning.
In 2004 apple was thinking about switching to a different CPU to build they’re computers because the current CPU(power pc) got to hot that’s why no iBook G5 exist. So in MacWorld 2006 Steve Jobs came up to stage and announced that the new apple computers would run on Intel instead of power pc. That day apple announced the iMac Intel (not G5), the MacBook and MacBook Pro. You should also know that the G3, G4 naming pattern was dropped because the computers no longer run on power pc(power pc G3, G4), the power book was rebranded to the MacBook Pro, and the iBook was rebranded to MacBook. Please visit eddy4ai.com and donate, thanks, Edward.
The development of OS X (MacOS 10) was a vary complex and long process that goes all the way back to 1985. In 1984 after the first Macintosh was released Steve Jobs was kicked out of apple, when he was away he created NeXT I made a post about OpenStep but a recap is: NeXT made computers that ran Nextstep, Nextstep is a lot like OS X but in 1988 the only problem is that these computer sold for about as much a Mac Pro with all it’s accessories so NeXT created OpenStep that could run on most computers you could also build on to the OpenStep technology to create your own OS like GNUstep. When apple bought NeXT Steve Jobs became apple’s C.E.O again, Steve Jobs made MacOS 8&9 to keep macOS alive and created Mac OS X Rhapsody DDR 1&2 Rhapsody was built on MacOS 9 and OpenStep and after Rhapsody was created apple made the OS X development preview with DD1-4 DDR 3 was the first development preview to introduce the aqua interface. In Mac world 2000 Steve Jobs announced the release of the OS X public beta for testing, soon after OS X 10.0 Cheetah was released after that apple focused on small improvements to macOS. Please come back to eddy4ai.com, Thanks for reading, Edward.
So few days ago I made a for VMs for Ubuntu 4.10, 5.04, 5.10, 6.04, 6.10. You might ask wait why didn’t install Ubuntu 1.0 well it’s because Ubuntu releases are based on the launch date. Ubuntu 4.10 was released on October 2004. Ubuntu was made to build on Debian in the early releases of Ubuntu didn’t have USB mouse support and in VMs some parts of the screen I wasn’t able to move my mouse in. Ubuntu 4.10 was the first release of Ubuntu and it the gmone 2.0 desktop. Soon I might make more posts about Ubuntu, please come back to eddy4ai.com for more, Thanks, Edward
When Steve Jobs left apple after the Macintosh was released he created NEXT I’ll probably make a post about it but NEXT made a open source OS that led to the development of of OS X. OpenStep is based NextStep so It’s just a open source NextStep. The first generation of NEXT computers could have color and remember the computers were from 1988, windows at the time had only 8 colors, OpenStep has 32 bit color. OpenStep is like mashup of OS X and windows 3.1 with a dock, program manager, a separate window for a app menu. Please come back to eddy4ai.com for the NEXT post or more, thanks, Edward!