I sistemi richiesti per far funzionare bene alcuni Macintosh

Non so perché la gente , spesso, pensa che per far funzionare bene il proprio computer, nel nostro caso il Macintosh, bisogna aver sempre l’ultima versione del Macintosh Operating System. [Vale anche oggi]. Sono del parere che ogni macchina (computer) ha bisogno del suo, nativo, programma operativo. Per ciò vi do un consiglio: un Macintosh Plus non è un Classic II, come una panda non è e non diventerà mai un camion. Usa, allora, il software giusto per non aver problemi con il tuo “gioiello”.

Macintosh Plus, SE, SE/30,Portable,IIcx,IIci,IIfx System 6.0.5
Mac Classic, LC, IIsi System 6.0.7 (non priva di alcuni difetti)
Quadra, Classic II, PowerBook System 7.0.1 (non esiste nessuna versione di System 6 per queste macchine)

System Software Release Versione del Sistema Release Date Finder Version[ LaserWriter Version Release Information
Macintosh System Software 1.0 (.97) Gennaio 24, 1984 1.0 Initial Release
Macintosh System Software (0.1) 1.1 Maggio 5, 1984 1.1g Maintenance Release, Added Mountain scene, About box, Clean Up Command
Macintosh System Software (0.3 & 0.5) 2.0 Aprile 1985 4.1 Finder Update: Introduced multiple folders, “Shut Down” command, and installation of a “MiniFinder” application for quickly launching any of the chosen applications

System: Introduced screenshots using Command+ Shift+3

Macintosh System Software 2.1 Settembre 1985 5.0 Versione per Hard Disk 20 support
Macintosh System Software (0.7) 3.0 Gennaio 1986 5.1 1.1 Introduced with Macintosh Plus
System Software 1.0 3.1 February 1986 5.2 1.1
System Software 1.1 3.2 Giugno 1986 5.3 3.1 Fixed problems with data loss, system crashes; updated Chooser and Calculator.
AppleShare 1.0 3.3 Gennaio 1987 5.4 AppleShare 1.0 Work Station Installer disk (for the Macintosh 512K)
AppleShare 1.1 3.3

1987

5.5 AppleShare 1.1 Work Station Installer disk (for the Macintosh 512K)
AppleShare 2.0 3.4

1988

6.1 AppleShare 2.0 Macintosh 512Ke Work Station Installer disk
System Software 2.0 4.0 Gennaio 1987 5.4 3.3 Introduced AppleShare[
System Software 2.0.1 4.1 Marzo 2, 1987 5.5 4.0 Versione per Macintosh II and SE. Updated LaserWriter Driver

 

System Software

Release[5]

Release

Date[5]

System

Version[5]

Software Version Release Information[5]

Finder

MultiFinder

LaserWriter

5.0 Ottobre 1987[24] 4.2 6.0 1.0 5.0 Initial Release
5.1 Novembre 1987 4.3 6.0 1.0 5.1 Updated LaserWriter Driver and new version of Apple HD SC Setup

 

System

Version[5]

Release

Date[5]

Software Version Release Information

Finder

MultiFinder

LaserWriter

6.0 Aprile 1988 6.1 6.0 5.2 Initial Release
6.0.1 Settembre 19, 1988 6.1.1 6.0.1 5.2 Versione per Macintosh IIx (1988)
6.0.2 Fine 1988 6.1 6.0.1 5.2 Versione di manutenzione
6.0.3 Marzo 7, 1989 6.1 6.0.3 5.2 Versione per Macintosh IIcx (1989)
6.0.4 Settembre 20, 1989 6.1.4 6.0.4 5.2 Versione per Macintosh Portable and IIci (1989)
6.0.5 Marzo 19, 1990 6.1.5 6.0.5 5.2 Versione per Macintosh IIfx (1990)
6.0.6 Ottobre 15, 1990 6.1.6 6.0.6 5.2 Not released because of AppleTalk bug
6.0.7 Ottobre 16, 1990 6.1.7 6.0.7 5.2 Official Versione per Macintosh LC, IIsi and Classic (1990)
6.0.8 Maggio 13, 1991 6.1.8 6.0.8 7.0 Updated printing software to match software of System 7.0
6.0.8L Marzo 23, 1992 6.1.8 6.0.8 7.0 Limited maintenance Versione per Pacific customers

 

System Version] Release Information
System 7.0 integrated MultiFinder always enabled
System 7.0.1 introduced with LC II and Quadra series
System 7.0.1P
System 7 Tuner update for both 7.0 and 7.0.1
System 7.1 introduced the Fonts folder
System 7.1P
System 7.1P1
System 7.1P2
System 7.1P3 last “P” release with new features
System 7.1P4
System 7.1P5
System 7.1P6
System 7.1 Pro version 7.1.1, combined with PowerTalk, Speech Manager, MacInTalk, Thread Manager
System 7.1.2 Macs equipped with a PowerPC processor
System 7.1.2P only for Performa/LC/Quadra 630 series, very quickly replaced by 7.5
System 7.5
System 7.5.1 System 7.5 Update 1.0—the first Macintosh operating system to call itself “Mac OS”
System 7.5.2 Power Macs that use PCI, usable only on these Power Macs and PowerBooks 5300, 190, and Duo 2300
System 7.5.3 System 7.5 Update 2.0
System 7.5.3L only for Macintosh clones
System 7.5.3 Revision 2
System 7.5.3 Revision 2.1 soltanto per Performa 6400/180 and 6400/200
System 7.5.4 withdrawn within hours of release and replaced by 7.5.5
System 7.5.5 last to support non-32-bit-clean Macs, including all with less than a 68030 CPU except the Macintosh LC
Mac OS 7.6 name formally changed because of the experimental clone program, although System 7.5.1 and Finer used the “Mac OS” name on the splash screen
Mac OS 7.6.1 proper PowerPC error handling introduced
System Version] Release Information
Mac OS 8.0 first version to require a 68040 processor, dropping support for the remainder of the Macintosh II series and other 68030 Macs. It also added support for the PowerPC G3 processor
Mac OS 8.1 last Mac OS release to run on a 68k processor, and it added support for USB on the iMac and added support for the HFS+ filesystem, also called Mac OS Extended
Mac OS 8.5 first version to run solely on a PowerPC processor, and it added built-in support for Firewire. It also added Sherlock and added support for the Power Macintosh G3
Mac OS 8.5.1 added bug fixes to lessen system crashes
Mac OS 8.6 included a new nanokernel for improved performance and Multiprocessing Services 2.0 support, improved PowerBook battery life, and added support for the PowerPC G4 processor

 

System Version[ Release Information
Mac OS 9.0 initial retail version of Mac OS 9
Mac OS 9.0.2
Mac OS 9.0.3
Mac OS 9.0.4
Mac OS 9.1 included with Mac OS X 10.0
Mac OS 9.2 update for improved Mac OS X compatibility
Mac OS 9.2.1
Mac OS 9.2.2 final release of classic Mac OS