Keeping The Macintosh's Core Intact

Right from the beginning, Apple Computer Inc. designed its Macintosh to be simple to use, with many of its inner complexities hidden from view. Even so, problems sometimes arise, most frequently in storing and managing data files on a hard disk. Files get lost or corrupted with bad data, computer viruses attack, and occasionally disks can simply "crash." For first-time computer owners, that can mean long calls to various help lines run by hardware and software suppliers.

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