MacUser June 1988

Large hard disks (although not as large as on the cover) were examined in this issue, along with means for backing up their hundred-plus megabytes of data and an examination of the slow-dawning age of more capacious yet but unalterable CD-ROMs. One column daydreamed about “the appliance Macintosh,” which would storm into the low end not just affordable, not just capable, but also even easier to use thanks to new software…

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