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Sometimes abbreviated as Mac, the Macintosh is a computer designed by Apple that was first introduced on January 24, 1984. Macintosh computers are known for the easy to use graphical user interface (GUI) that uses icons, windows, and a mouse for point and click operation; opposed to the IBM computers, that at the time used MS-DOS, a non graphical user interface.


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