Yes, I do. My first computer was an Apple A2-E, and as funny as it
sounds now the entire OS, Apple Works, was run from a 720 KB floppy.
As I recall you stuck the floppy in, booted up, entered the date,
pressed enter, flipped the floppy over, hit enter and the Apple Works
command prompt started up. Newer versions actually had a text menu
instead of a command prompt. What a joke, eh?
On 1/13/11, Kai <kaixi...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Greetings Thomas.
> Remember the days when a 1 KB file was a large file, and 128 KB of RAM was
> standard, and 1 MB was an expensive luxury akin to today's 3-terrabyte
> Those were definitely the days.
> brun textalker.obj
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