Lets relive some Macintosh Nostalgia, a little program called Mini vMac will give us this opportunity. it can run running System 7.0.1 - This page is a work in progress….. (would say it reminds me of School days but that was OS 6.x …. watch this space)
System 7 (codenamed “Big Bang” and sometimes called Mac OS 7) is a single-user graphical user interface-based operating system for Macintosh computers. It was introduced on May 13, 1991 by Apple Computer. It succeeded System 6, and was the main Macintosh operating system until it was succeeded by Mac OS 8 in 1997. Features added with the System 7 release included cooperative multitasking, virtual memory, personal file sharing, an improved user interface, QuickTime, andQuickDraw 3D.
System 7.5.5 – More From Wikipedia
System 7.5.5 included significant performance improvements for virtual memory and memory management on PowerPC-based Macs, including the elimination of one type 11 error. Also included were a number of reliability improvements, such as fixes for Macs using floppy disks equipped with a DOS compatibility card, improved hard disk access for PowerPC PowerBooks and Performa 5400 through 9500 computers, fixes for Macs that included an Apple TV Tuner or Macintosh TV Remote Control, improvements to LocalTalk and networking (especially for the Performa 5400 and 6400), fixes to system startup for the faster 180MHz Macs (which included PowerPC 604 or 604e processors), improved reliability when using sound intensive applications on Quadra or Centris computers that contained the PowerPC upgrade card, and improved stability when using multiple background applications and shared printers on a network. System 7.5.5 is also the last System 7 release that can run on 68000-based Macs such as the Macintosh Plus. 7.6 and later required a 68030 processor
Aldus page Maker 2 0 this brings back memories of school
Who Said Macs Don’t Crash ;)
Will add more details later. Next up is System 8 and 9 on Sheepshaver IF i can find my old Installation media.