Every four years, we get a February 29th. What’s the story behind that? And how long has this been going on?
Every version of the Mac OS is ready for Y2K, but some programs for the Mac suffer from Y2K problems.
1999: The latest news from Microsoft headquarters is that they will be delaying the final release of Windows 2000 (Win2K) until the later half of 1900. Nope, this isn’t true; it’s just a joke (in fact, I didn’t even make it up). But, this joke does have some truth.* Many Windows users will be hit […]
The following story is true. The names have been changed for the privacy of the parties involved. The author is a longtime consultant who works with Macs, Novell, and more and has over a dozen years field experience.
1999 – Articles circulated in the past few days – see Cnet and Yahoo+ stories – note that Mac users shouldn’t be too smug about the Year 2000 (Y2K) problem. The Mac is not immune.
July 1998: Apple has introduced the most appealing educational computer since it introduced the Macintosh LC in 1990.
Feeling smug about the year 2000, Mac owner? Don’t.