Netscape Navigator 2.02 on an Apple Macintosh II



I used Netscape Navigator on a computer from 1987 to surf the web and access Hack a Day Retro Edition.

System Specs:
Apple Macintosh II
16 MHz Motorola 68020 CPU
8MB RAM
No PMMU (using Apple HMMU Chip)
FDHD ROM Upgrade + 1.44MB SuperDrive
Apple Macintosh II video card (820-0198)
AppleColor High-Resolution RGB Monitor
Farallon NuBus Ethernet card
1.2 GB Seagate SCSI-2 Hard disk drive
System 7.1 Update 3.0
MacTCP 2.0.6

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Mourad ELGORMA

Mourad ELGORMA

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 9:12
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    It's listed in the description 🙂
    The card is simply called "Macintosh II Video card", aka Toby framebuffer. I have better cards, but they do not support the fixed-sync AppleColor High-Resolution RGB Monitor.
    I have used a RasterOps Paintboard Prism in the system. It's hilarious to see how slow the windows repaint at ultra-high resolutions!

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 9:12
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    1.5 minutes and its booted and opening a web page. People forget how fast these things were. What happened? Computers got slower.

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 9:12
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    Please check the description. It is running System 7.1 Update 3.0 with quite acceptable performance. I also have System 6 in case I need to run early Macintosh apps.
    The system is simply connected using a Farallon 10BASE-T NuBus Ethernet adapter. The device driver for this hardware only works on System 7.0 and later.

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 9:12
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    I had one of these from 1989 to 1994, I got an LC 360 then until 1998 when I got a G3 tower and now I have an iMac late '09. Funny how the desktop on the Mac still looks eerily the same, menu bar across the top. I can honestly say I have never owned a Windows PC! I miss the Mac II as it would run Continuum, one of the best games ever!

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 9:12
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    In the 80s Apple was really ahead for that period, this machine from 1987 was already able to connect to the Internet

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