Lets face it. Some of the classic Apple Macintosh products were awesome! Given what was around at the time and how difficult equivalent PCs could be to use it stands to reason that Mac cemented a place in any people’s hearts. My work colleagues were always critical, being Windows and Linux geeks but I always impressed all of them. I suppose because I came from an earlier background of 8-bit machines which were REALLY hard to use. I appreciated the easy out of the box approach they offered.
The section here is for Classic Macintosh, meaning machines based on at least the 68000 CPU or early PowerPC ones.
- PC to Dos to Mac software transfer
Is there an easier way to transfer files between a PC in the modern world to an old Mac without painful serial programs?
- Mac Classic – Fixed display!
Another crack at the dodgy display of the Mac Plus…
- Mac PowerBook – Universal power supply
A ‘normal’ power supply to a retro exotic Apple connector? Lets have a look and see if this is possible.
- Macintosh Plus – Upgrade
More RAM please! You know what Mr Jobs… 640K Isn’t enough after all!
- Macintosh Plus – Rescue – Part 3
Bad floppies. Serial program transfer and hard drives? Lets dive in…