Apple Macintosh. A family of 32-bit personal computers introduced by Apple in 1984; the first widely used computers with a graphical user interface, a mouse, and windows. Rather than typing in commands, users open software and copy or delete files by clicking on icons on the screen that look like file folders, a trash can, and other things one would find in a real office. Macs quickly became popular because of their user-friendly interface. In 1994, PowerMacs, which use a PowerPC CPU, became available. The Macintosh Operating System is now called MacOS. Apple is located at http://www.apple.com.
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