I posted these from a thread on another forum, people have been disputing that all morning. The Apple IIe in the background supposedly wasn't released until 84, and in the following picture he's holding a Windows 1.0 disc, which wasn't released until 85. So who knows... but it was definitely around that time. I don't find the image quality too high for the time though, it seems fitting.tzedek said:i think that the image quality is too good for 1983 in those pics
Actually, I give the Mac credit because it designed the clicking structure that we see today. With Xerox, you had to perform something like two clicks to open the menu, then drag down, then another two clicks to select. When I mean MODERN GUI, I mean one that is streamlined and quick. I know Xerox invented it, but Apple perfected it to the point where it was copied numerous times.JNG said:Wrong, we owe Xerox.