Macintosh OS Guide

Apple’s range of Mac computers covers laptop, desktops, and servers, all of which run the current Macintosh operating system, Mac OS X. The iPhone and iPad use a separate operating system called iOS.

OS X is based on UNIX and has been the Mac’s primary operating system since about 2001 (the server version was launched in 1999). Prior to OS X (“OS ten”), there was a different OS now called the “Classic Mac OS”, which started life in 1984, and ended up with version 9 (“Mac OS 9″ or “Mac OS Classic”) around 2000.

Although the majority of Tabard IT clients use Windows-based PCs, Rufus Chapman has been a keen Mac user for 25 years since using the Mac Plus and provides support for Tabard’s Mac users.

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