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GEOS User Guide for Commodore 64C

This GEOS (Version 1.2) User's Guide for the Commodore 64C  appears to be very comprehensive with numerous illustrations.

GEOS, an astounding software product line from Berkeley Softworks, breathed new life into Commodore's 8-bit computers (the C64, C128) at a time when sales of 8 bit boxes were beginning to sag. As a graphical operating system, GEOS ripped-off its lookCommodore Computer - GEOS-and-feel from the novel Apple Macintosh. Circa 1986, Mac-like gadgets, icons, menus, desktops, and windows were a fresh phenomenon in personal computing. These interfaces made technology much easier to use.

Our manual was very kindly donated by Scott Keir

Reference Number : 319883-03

Date Published : 1985

Manufacturer : Berkeley Softworks

Platform : GEOS






This exhibit has a reference ID of CH13096. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

GEOS User Guide for Commodore 64C

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