OS X turns VII

Posted by Shailendra Doke | Mar 25, 2008

"A lot can change in just a few years: take OS X, for example. On March 24, 2001, Apple released OS X 10.0, code-named Cheetah. It was the first ground-up overhaul of the Mac OS since its introduction in 1984, and it brought with it design changes that would shake the platform for years to come: BSD-based underpinnings, true preemptive multitasking, and, of course, the Aqua interface. Not only did it usher in the era of computing in which we now live, but it brought Apple along for the ride." - Read Full on Macworld

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