Mac Classic


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Mac Classic

(1) A streamlined remake of the original "hi-rise" Macintosh. The Classic came out in 1990, six years after the first Macintosh was introduced. See Macintosh and Macintosh models - early.

(2) An earlier programming interface (API) for the Mac OS X operating system. See Classic Environment.
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