Explains the structure and functions of the Macintosh computer, including CPUs, memory, disk drives, input and output, display, networks, printing, and publishing.Worse yet, the multiple motherboard strategy was expensive and contributed to Applea#39;s financial problems in the mid-1990s. This changed in 1997 with the platinum-colored Power Macintosh G3 a a single Power Mac model and motherboard with different options for ... Contrary to popular belief, it was the Power Mac G3 that began Applea#39;s return to profitability, nearly a year before the launch of the iMac.
|Title||:||How the Mac Works|
|Author||:||John Rizzo, K. Daniel Clark|
|Publisher||:||Que Pub - 2000|