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MacOS Philosophy

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Core principles of MacOS philosophy

Core principles of MacOS philosophy

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  • 1. MacOS philosophy
  • 2. NLS - 1968 Windows - 1985 Xerox ALTO - 1973 MacOS - 1984
  • 3. Application oriented not file oriented
  • 4. From general to specific
  • 5. Power behind curtains
  • 6. Lovely things
  • 7. 1. Built-in soft a. Photobooth b. Facetime c. Messages d. iCloud e. TimeMachine f. File Versions 3. Utilities a. Snapshot b. Colorpicker c. Force quite 4. UI features a. Hot corners b. Virtual desktop 4. Terminal a. Say mac life b. /usr/share/emacs/[VERSION]/lisp/play typing emacs. To access the games, press Escape, then X, and type the name of the game you want to play before pressing Return c. "They shut down the main reactor. We'll be destroyed for sure! This is madness!" telnet towel.blinkenlights.nl d. defaults write com.apple.Dock contents- immutable -bool yes killall dock 5. Spotlight a. dictionary b. calculator 6. Automator

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