A Brief History of Mac System Sounds - Eep!



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That was my favorite email alert sound, and it's gone in Leopard. Anyone know where I can grab it again?



Was there really an SE/60? I remember the SE/30; the "30" was because it had a 68030 Motorola processor. I don't remember the SE ever having an 68060 processor.


Roberto Baldwin

The article should say Mac SE/30 not SE/60. It was a slip of the finger on the number pad that I should have noticed. I will hang my head in shame for the error.



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