(Mac IIcx) A version of Apple’s Macintosh II personal computer, introduced in 1989, with a Motorola 68030 processor running at 16 MHz and up to 128 MB of RAM (120 ns, 30-pin DRAM chips). The IIcx requires System 6.0.3 or later and requires “Mode 32” or “32-bit Enabler” to use more than 8MB of RAM. It was discontinued 1991, and in 1996 is still considered one of the best-designed Macs ever.
- Macintosh user interface
operating system The graphical user interface used by Apple Computer’s Macintosh family of personal computers, based on graphical representations of familiar office objects (sheets of paper, files, wastepaper bin, etc.) positioned on a two-dimensional “desktop” workspace. Programs and data files are represented on screen by small pictures (icons). An object is selected by moving a […]
/mak’in-toy/ The Apple Macintosh, considered as a toy. Less pejorative than Macintrash. [Jargon File]
/mak’in-trash”/ The Apple Macintosh, as described by a hacker who doesn”t appreciate being kept away from the *real computer* by the interface. The term maggotbox has been reported in regular use in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina. Compare Macintoy. See also beige toaster, WIMP environment, point-and-drool interface, drool-proof paper, user-friendly. (1995-05-02)
[mak] /mæk/ Slang. noun 1. a pimp. verb (used without object) 2. to flirt with or make sexual advances toward someone (often followed by on): They spend their nights macking on the ladies. [mak] /mæk/ noun, Informal. 1. 2 . [mak] /mæk/ noun 1. Connie [kon-ee] /ˈkɒn i/ (Show IPA), (Cornelius McGillicuddy) 1862–1956, U.S. baseball […]