System 7

Definition:

System 7 is a lone graphical user interface which is a based operating system for MAC computers presented by Apple computers after system 6 and before Mac OS 8.

Features:

As a successor to system 6, system 7 offers a lot more of applications such as:
Built in cooperative multitasking- which was made mandatory unlike system 6.
Aliases – these are most likely to be small files that represent another object in the file system.
Personal file sharing- this allows any machine to issue folders to the apple talk system network.
There so many features on system 7 rather than system 6 which can be found on the Wikipedia website.

Software:

It is believed that System 7 invention is the initial version on MACs operating system to have a hard because of uncomfortable use of floppy disk. (Wikipedia, 1997)

References:

En.wikipedia.org (1997) System 7 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. [online] Available at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_7 [Accessed: 7 Mar 2012].

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