Apple ][+ OS

From: Hotze <>
Date: Fri Jan 30 02:38:17 1998

Yes, I know about the IIGS, it's a pretty nice GUI machine. When I was in
second grade, that's all that they had in my old school. But, I'm not
getting a IIGS, I'm getting a II+, the one that came before the IIe. (I
think) Anyway, is ProDOS the best?
    Also, does the Apple ][ juse SS/SD disks? If so, where can I get osme?

Tim D. Hotze
-----Original Message-----
From: John Rollins <>
To: Discussion re-collecting of classic computers
Date: Friday, January 30, 1998 11:28 AM
Subject: Re: Apple ][+ OS

>> Hello. I'm going to get one of these >from Jeff Kaneko. One
>>What OS's are avaible? I tried looking on Apple's site, but didn't
>>really find
>>anything too interesting. What's the one that the most sofware was
>>for? Most "standard", and what kind of stuff's avaible for a II+ (I'm
>>sure that
>>that's not a simple question.) Thanks, Tim D. Hotze PS-Does anyone
>>have Apple ][+ disks?
>The IIgs will run any Apple II+/IIe OS(ProDOS, DOS 3.3, etc...), or GS/OS
>which is a modified version of MacOS. GS/OS is available on Apple's FTP
>site. The IIgs will also run most Apple II+/IIe software, can use most of
>the Apple II+/IIe expansion cards and floppy drives. Definitley the most
>capable machine in the Apple II line.
>-JR - Computers
> - Star Trek
Received on Fri Jan 30 1998 - 02:38:17 GMT

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