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Mac OS 9.1

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Mac OS 9.1 is the ultimate upgrade for anyone on the Internet or anyone who wants to be. It offers astonishing capabilities for new and advanced users.

Topping the list of powerful features is Sherlock 2—your Internet search detective and personal shopper. Sherlock 2 is equipped with channels that let you do searches based on the type of information you need. You can search the Internet to find people, reference sources, the latest information from Apple, and up-to-the-minute news in a flash. Sherlock 2 also has a shopping channel that lets you search for merchandise and compare prices, all in one convenient window.

With the Multiple Users feature, you can share the rich features of your Macintosh computer safely with other people. Users can select their own home page, email settings, bookmarks, system font, and other system and application preferences — all these settings are preserved for each user. Personal files remain private because users each get their own folder. You can log in by typing your password or by using your voice — Mac OS 9.1 analyzes your voice print to prevent others from logging in as you.

From now on, the only password you’ll need to remember is the one that gives you access to your Macintosh computer. The Keychain stores and manages all of your other IDs and passwords for you.

Mac OS 9.1 makes it easy to share your files over the Internet with other Macintosh users. The folders you share appear right on their desktop, just like a local disk or a file server. With AppleScript over TCP/IP built into Mac OS 9.1, you can also control Macintosh computers remotely and automate almost any task over the Internet.

With Mac OS 9.1, you can encrypt your personal files to prevent others from accessing them without your permission. This technology provides security for both local files and those sent over the Internet.

To keep your computer running smoothly, Auto Updating delivers the latest software updates and system enhancements from Apple — automatically, over the Internet.

Mac OS 9.1 users can register for iTools, an exclusive suite of free Internet services available from Apple. iTools include a email address; KidSafe, powerful child protection software; HomePage for creating stunning personal websites; and iDisk, for storing and sharing files, images, and movies over the web.

Included Software

  • AirPort 1.2
  • Appearance 1.1.4
  • Apple File Security 2.2
  • Apple Remote Access 4.0
  • AppleScript 1.5.5
  • Apple System Profiler 2.5
  • ColorSync 3.0.3
  • Extensions Manager 4.0.4
  • File Exchange 3.0.4
  • File Sharing 9.1
  • Finder 9.1
  • Internet Access 1.5
  • Keychain 2.2
  • Language Kits 1.1
  • LaserWriter 8.7
  • Mac Help 4.0
  • Mac OS Runtime for Java 2.2.3
  • Multiple Users 1.3
  • Network Assistant 4.0.2
  • OpenGL 1.2
  • Open Transport 2.7.4
  • Personal Web Sharing 1.5.5
  • QuickDraw 3D 1.6
  • QuickTime 4.1.3
  • QuickTime VR 2.3
  • Sherlock 2 3.0.2
  • Software Update 1.2
  • Speech 2.0.3
  • USB Software Locator 1.4.6
  • Aladdin DropStuff 5.5
  • Aladdin StuffIt Expander 5.5
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0
  • Microsoft Outlook Express 5.02
  • Netscape Communicator 4.75
  • Palm Desktop and HotSync 2.6.1
  • What Route 1.7